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Canada court says bin Laden employee can be freed

A Canadian court decided on Thursday that an Egyptian man who worked for al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden should be released even though the court concluded he had perjured himself and had probably engaged in terrorism. Federal Court Justice Richard Mosley ruled that the suspect, Mohamed Zeki Mahjoub, still posed a danger to Canadian society but that this threat could be neutralized by the imposition of what he said would amount to house arrest. Full Story

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