The Canadian Press

2015-02-24 | Calgary Skyscraper Plot

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A Calgary judge sentenced a former soldier to four years in prison Tuesday for his plan to attack a Veterans Affairs office, saying his crimes were "chilling in their meticulous planning." Glen Gieschen (GEE'-shin) is getting 18 months of credit for time served in custody. His lawyer, Tonii Roulston, says her client realized what he did was wrong and was eager to resolve it. (Gieschen was found heavily armed and with explosive materials. He also had detailed plans on how to attack the Calgary office.)

Date: 2015-02-24
Placeline: CALGARY.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

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