Man in Trudeau selfie linked to terror inquiry
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A suspect in a terror investigation posed for a selfie with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Montreal last year, according to CBC News. The article states that the man in the selfie is one of at least four Quebec men of interest to the RCMP for their alleged connection to the 2012 kidnappings of two Americans in Syria.
CBC reports that the man was part of crowd of people who took turns posing with Trudeau following a Radio-Canada interview. Police have interviewed others in the group and seized Canadian passports held by some of them, but none have been charged with a crime, the story states.
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