A young man still lives in Kingston, Ontario, after being charged with terrorist-related crimes following thousands of hours of investigation by several police agencies and investigations of both families.
There is something we know about (and most of what we do not do).
What is the young person actually charged?
Police charged two young people who deliberately encouraged terrorist activities and advised others to "deliver, leak, or explode explosives or other fatal devices." May cause death or serious bodily injury. "
"It is interesting to me that they did not charge. [the youth] "Leah West, who worked for the National Security Law and Advisory Group of the Justice Department, is practicing national security law, House.
We did not prosecute S. 83.2 that partnership with terrorist organizations is necessary. Because there is no mention of a terrorist organization, he may not think he is related to an organization like ISIS. , Or he is self-innovative or self-inspired. "
What did the alleged conspiracy entail?
At a press conference Friday, the RCMP had plans to launch a terrorist attack on Kingston from the US Department of Defense's inquiry at the end of December 2018, resulting in a terrorist attack plan. Local Thursday.
A source with information on the investigation said the CBC news includes plans to use explosives, but that specific targets have not yet been selected.
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According to sources, the official said that the person was arrested before the target was selected, although the person sought the possibility of making an improvised explosive device and planned it.
Peter Lambertucci, director of the RCMP, told reporters that "the specific goal was not revealed, but there was a planned attack."
After the arrest, RCMP found "elements" and "trace elements" of explosives made directly from the unspecified place of residence. The explosive was later neutralized, Lambert said.
What do we know about the suspect?
The defendant's identity was protected by juvenile delinquency law and held by police officers.
We can hardly report who the suspect is because of the publication ban. Details about the family that can reveal the identity of the subject are also protected.
He will come back to court on Monday.
The second person, identified as Hussam Eddin Alzahabi, was arrested on Thursday but was not charged.
The police described the relationship between Hussam Eddin Alzahabi and people who had "informal friendships".
Hussam's lawyer, Mohamed El Rashidy, told CBC News that his customers will remain innocent and continue to work with security services as the investigation proceeds.
"He is exercising his legal rights and is as interested in Canadian safety as the next person," Ella Cidy said. "He is studying here, he is doing everything that can be a contributing member of society, and there is no reason to treat him maliciously or treat him differently."
Can I charge more?
Jessica Davis, a senior strategy analyst at CSIS, said she would not be surprised if the charges continue to reveal more suspicions as the investigation continues.
"What we know about Canada's terror is that individuals rarely act alone," she said, Power and politics.
"They are generally people who get material or financial support or encourage them."
What was motivation?
Despite repeated questions at Friday press conferences, police will not comment on the ideological motives of arrested people or say they are related to foreign factors.
A spokesman for Davis said the police were keeping silent in connection with the ongoing investigation because officials apparently had an ideological connection to charge terrorism.
"Individuals must have been motivated by political, religious, ideological considerations," she said.
"Whatever your motivation, you can give tips to others."
Part of the case is brought to trial and can come out when the Crown needs to argue the case.
Was Kingston at risk?
Officials say there is no obvious threat to the people of Kingston while the attack is considered imminent.
"We want to reassure the public that safety and protection are of the utmost importance while we investigate the citizens of Kingston, Ontario, the region and all Canadians," said Michael LeSage, RCMP's "O"
Public security minister Ralph Goodale said the operation did not change the country's threat level. It stays in the "media" that has been around since late 2014.
"The most impressive thing about the hearing is that the people can be relieved," Mayor Brian Patterson said. "I think law enforcement has done well and the situation is the best."
Why is FINTRAC involved?
The RCMP reportedly received support from Kingston Police and FBI agents with support from Ontario Police, Canadian Border Services, Canadian Security Intelligence Agency and the Canadian Financial Information Analysis Center (FINTRAC).
The last institution stood by several national security experts.
FINTRAC is a Canadian financial intelligence agency that seeks to detect, prevent and stop money laundering and terrorist financing.
It is unclear what role they played at this point.
"The only reason I'm attracted to you is if you send money to a region that receives money from a region that is interested in FINTRAC or a bank," West said.
West also pointed out that CBSA cried out in the survey, but it is unclear what role they played.
More details about the scope of the investigation are likely to flow out of court as the parties support their allegations.