The victim of an assassination, it continues the police, and the ontario government

News 24 March, 2018
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    Saturday, march 24, 2018 10:17

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    A taxi driver ontario sued for $ 1 million the police and the government of Ontario, which according to him improperly handled the arrest of a terrorist while he was on board his vehicle.

    Terry Duffield was injured when her passenger, Aaron Driver, detonated an explosive device he carried on him seeing the police approach him to arrest him, two years ago.

    However, according to Global News, the taxi driver accuses the forces of order to have expected that Driver to be entered in his cab to begin their intervention, making proof of negligence in exposing her to a serious danger.
    “[The police] would have had to prevent the taxi company and put someone else in the vehicle, if their goal was to bring [the Driver] out of him,” said the lawyer Duffield, Kevin Egan, Global.

    August 10, 2016, the RCMP has neutralized Aaron Driver after having received information from the FBI regarding the online presence of a suspect video. Driver has been shot dead by the police after his bomb has exploded half-way. It has, however, wounded Duffield on the back and arms, in addition to make him suffer psychological damage.

    “Terry is unable to work since the explosion, said the court application, referred to by Global. Chronic pain, depression and anxiety prevent.”

    The taxi driver also accuses the police not to intervene earlier, so that they had information that indicated that Aaron Driver was possibly in the process of making pipe bombs.

    Remember that a survey conducted by the Ontario provincial Police, the police, Strathroy-Caradoc and the office of the provincial attorney general has concluded that the use of force by the police officers of the royal Canadian mounted police (RCMP) to knock down Aaron Driver was justified.

    According to the RCMP, the Driver was rendered at the last step of his plan to commit a terrorist attack within the next 72 hours in an urban centre, in full rush hour in the morning or the afternoon.