The latest on the Toronto 17 "terror" conspiracy:
"..a few weeks ago, the Crown removed [Abdul Qayyum Jamal] from the supposed cell's inner circle by dropping the bomb-plot allegations against him. And yesterday he walked free after 17 months in prison when a judge ordered him released on a $100,000 bond. "
Doesn't sound like much of a plot. And remember the original context. In June of 2006, the Harper government had only recently assumed power, and was due for a display of ritual grovelling to cement its reputation as being loyal coat-holders in George Bush's "War on Terror". Asking the RCMP for a parade of dark-skinned flesh in orange jumpsuits probably seemed like a terrific idea at the time.
Furthermore, the case against Mr. Jamal always looked particularly fishy. He was never, for example, charged with recruiting the alleged young Jihadis, even when the RCMP was calling him their master-mind.
Remember Operation Thread. This looks like part II.