Identity of the fourth teen suspect entangled among the group of young Canadians, who are being sought for possible extremist connections, has been released. These suspects are being investigated in the aftermath of a deadly terrorist attack in Algeria this year. Autonomous sources within Canadian security and government have revealed that that Mujahid Enderi, a Libyan-Canadian from southwestern Ontario dubbed by an anglicized name “Ryan,” is now under investigation and being sought by police.
Enderi belonged to a devout Muslim family in London, Ont., and disappeared completely among friends and family almost a year ago. He is perceived to have travelled overseas almost the same time as three other young men from the same community, two of whom were killed during a siege at Tiguentourine Gas Plant, 1,600 kilometres southeast of Algiers. Enderi was a student at the same high school as Ali Medlej, Xristos Katsiroubas and Aaron Yoon, although he was several grades behind them. The Jan. 16 attack and four-day siege on a gas facility resulted in deaths of 37 hostages and 29 terrorists.
RCMP Commissioner, Bob Paulson, dodged any questions related to any theory implying that an investigation was of the fourth Canadian involved in the inquiry into how Medlej and Katsiroubas joined the attack organized by an African offshoot of Al Qaeda. Paulson alleged that “we’re continuing to focus our investigation on anybody who may have contributed to their presence there,” and “in that sense we still have an open book on what happened there.”
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