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The package was sent to the residence of John Becker of Guelph, and was confirmed to "contain an explosive device, combustible material and projectiles that, upon opening, would have detonated and killed the person handling the package." The police official speaking to both the Northeast Intelligence Network and Canada Free Press confirmed that the package was delivered in a Canada Post Xpresspost envelope. Police detonated the package in place, which blew a large hole in his backyard deck and was loaded with shrapnel, most of which became embedded in the deck. COMPLETE ARTICLE
Adel Mohamed ARNAOUT, 37, a Muslim immigrant from Lebanon living at 176 Ashdale Avenue, Toronto, Ontario was arrested by undercover Toronto Police officers late last Thursday night in a dramatic takedown at a Don Mills ESSO service station in the in Thorncliffe Park Drive -- Overlea area of East York -- about 6 kilometers north of the suspect's residence. ARNAOUT is charged with three counts of attempted murder, three counts of intending to cause an explosion, one count of criminal harassment and one count of possession of explosive material.