Colin Freeze reports:
For the first time Canadians are getting a peek into the top-secret binders containing various versions of the country’s no-fly list, thanks to an intelligence analyst who allegedly went AWOL and took the manual with her.
The details – including references to “data sheets” kept on potential terrorists and “emergency directions” to be followed if a suspected person boards a plane – surfaced in a legal case this week. More information may soon follow.
Read more in the Globe and Mail.