www.immigrantscanada.comPaul Vrbanac Dept:
Mohamed Mahjoub, a refugee from Egypt, has been imprisoned or under house arrest since 2000 based on secret information and without ever facing any charges, because the federal government deems him a threat to national security, according to CBC. CSIS supervisor Paul Vrbanac was pressed on whether the intelligence agency intercepted Mahjoub's communications for longer than a court had authorized. Vrbanac was also asked how CSIS kept tabs on Mahjoub, and how the agency determined that he had links to particular organizations and lawyers for one of only three men in Canada subject to a restrictive federal security certificate grilled a spymaster on Wednesday about how CSIS kept tabs on their client. The latest round of his battle to have his security certificate revoked unfolded Wednesday in an Ottawa court, where Mahjoub's lawyer Paul Slansky questioned the Canadian Security Intelligence Service's head of operations for the Toronto area. (www.immigrantscanada.com).
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@t Mohamed Mahjoub, Paul Vrbanac www.immigrantscanada.com