Calgary youth suspected of terrorism activity to enter into 12-month peace bond

The Calgary teen who will be placed on a 12-month terrorism peace bond believed Sharia law dictated that gay people should be executed, court was told Monday.

And among the materials found on the now-17-year-old’s electronic devices were videos of people being beheaded or thrown off buildings to their deaths.

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RCMP Const. Trevor Checkley testified police also found a video on the teen’s phone of an LGTBQ+ rally in which he spoke in an Eastern European language with English subtitles.

The English words on the screen supported the rally, but a translation of what he actually said didn’t, Checkley told Crown prosecutor Kent Brown.

“Kill all the (derogatory word for gay people),” the officer said the teen spoke in his mother tongue.

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