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When it was pointed out that they are nonetheless now in the American databases, courtesy of CSIS, the official replied: "Yes, and so are you, and so am I.
Originally posted by Xcathdra
I see fearmongering knows no bounds... How bout you guys take your complaints up with your Government, who is responsible for giving the info to the US, instead of blaming the US for it?
Novel concept I know...
Then again maybe if Canada tightened their immigration laws that didnt let just anyone in, it might be a bit different. However, thats the Canadian Governments policy, and this is ours.edit on 18-5-2011 by Xcathdra because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by TgP3o6
That is stupid. American's are the real terrorists. And i mean the Government!
Some police departments may even ask that you bring your child to the station as it would be easier for them to simply enter your kid’s fingerprints into a national data base for you.
It is expected that most kits will also come with sampling tools for you to take your child’s DNA. Most kits will offer a cheek swab where you can collect your child’s saliva and place it in a secure plastic bag. At police departments, however, they will only require you to collect a strand of hair from your child’s head and seal it in a plastic bag.
Along with Shaikh, the secret cable, provided to CBC News by WikiLeaks, names all the people originally arrested in the infamous Toronto 18 case in 2006, some of whom went on to prison on terrorism-related charges.
Shaikh knows the other names on the list well. He was the man who put them away.
Officially, CSIS has nothing to say about how its own operative was denounced to American authorities.
"My life is screwed forever," he said. "That's pretty much what it means. That means my life, my children, my family members. They're all screwed."