Peace bond denied police weeks before fatal attack
By Canadian SecurityNews Public Sector
The RCMP tried to restrict the movements of Martin Couture-Rouleau weeks before he used a car to run down two Canadian soldiers in Quebec, but prosecutors said they didn't have enough evidence to obtain a peace bond, CBC News has learned.
His case is one of the reasons the federal government wants to make it easier for police to monitor and detain suspected extremists.
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