The Canadian Press

2009-09-03 | Terror Trial

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A man who pleaded guilty in a homegrown terrorist plot to wreak havoc against Canadian targets was handed a 14-year sentence September 3rd. Taking into account time already served, 23-year-old Saad Khalid was sent to prison for seven years. His lawyer, Russell Silverstein, said both he and his client were satisfied with the sentence. (Khalid pleaded guilty in May to one count of participating in a terror plot with the intention of causing an explosion.)

Date: 2009-09-03
Placeline: BRAMPTON, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 18 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << he's perfectly happy with the outcome perfectly happy with the old, 7 years as of today and I know there was a lot there was a lot of steak the evidence was difficult and they say we're not nothing to complain about >>