BRAMPTON, Ont. -- Prosecutors today stayed charges against four men accused of participating in a homegrown terror cell.
Earlier today, charges were stayed against three of the men after they agreed to abide by certain court-ordered conditions for one year.
Qayyum Abdul Jamal, 45, the eldest of 18 people accused in Canada's largest terrorist sweep, Ahmad Mustafa Ghany and Ibrahim Alkhalel Mohammed Aboud signed peace bonds, finalizing their cases in a Brampton court Tuesday morning.
The men must adhere to several restrictions including not having contact with the other accused, adhering to a curfew, and not owning a firearm.
Today, charges were stayed against a fourth individual, Yasim Mohamed. The Public Prosecution Service of Canada said it was not contemplating any further proceedings against Mr. Mohamed at this time.