The youths attended a terrorist training camp, but they were kept on the “down low” and told it was a religious retreat.
They participated in firearms training with a 9mm handgun, but it “freaked them out.”
They were told to “play along” in the making of a video, but thought it was to chronicle their trip.
And they listened to a speech exhorting the fall of Rome, but appeared more perplexed than pumped.
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That was some of the testimony that surfaced yesterday when police mole Mubin Shaikh, the Crown’s star witness in the case of the so-called Toronto 18, was cross-examined for the first time in open court.
“They were sheep ... non-entities,” he told the Brampton court.
The four youths, along with 14 adults, were arrested throughout the GTA in the summer of 2006 for belonging to a terror cell.