Oct 062009
 
 October 6, 2009  Court, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Andrew Seymour reports:

A judge has ordered the contents of at least one of two computers that were used by the spouse of an Ottawa man accused in a deadly terrorist bombing be sent to investigators in France.

While the search and seizure of the computers was “admittedly borderline”, Ontario Superior Court Justice Robert Maranger ruled that the RCMP did not violate Rania Tfaily’s Charter rights when they seized them from her home and office last November.

The computers are being sought by French investigators who are seeking to have her common law spouse, Hassan Diab, extradited to France to face murder and other charges in connection with the 1980 bombing of a Paris synagogue that killed four and injured dozens more.

Read more in The Ottawa Citizen.

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