Intelligence agencies and the Canadian police have declared to make an important announcement today, sharing their recent accomplishment as they destroyed an allegedly disastrous plot to carry out a major terrorist attack, arresting two suspects from Montreal and Toronto. Several highly sited sources revealed that the alleged plotters were being kept under surveillance for more than a year in Quebec and southern Ontario, both of whom are now anticipated to appear in court tomorrow.
It is learnt that the investigation was part a joint venture from teams across the border, involving Canadian law enforcement agencies, the FBI and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Sources reveal that the authorities made the subtle arrest on Monday morning, which was organized and executed by a special joint task force of RCMP and CSIS anti-terrorism units, along with the assistance of provincial and municipal police forces in Ontario and Quebec. The RCMP is projected to reveal details into the allegedly defuse terror plot and their intelligence operation to neutralize the threat at a press conference scheduled for Monday afternoon.
Sources within the law enforcement agencies have unofficially assured that the terror suspects arrested today do not have any reason to be connected with two suspects accused of last week’s Boston Marathon bombings. Additionally, they also confirmed of no current connection between these suspects and the group of former London, Ont., high school friends linked with al-Qaeda, who died earlier this year while aiding to stage a bloody attack on an Algerian gas refinery.
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