Via Rebel Media:
Eight migrants have got into Europe with same papers as those found on stadium suicide bomber – Daily Mail
The federal government is walking away from a legal battle over attempts to strip Canadian citizenship from dual-nationals convicted of terrorism offences.
Lawyers for the government recently asked the Federal Court to suspend proceedings in two cases brought by Canadians convicted of terrorism-related offences who had been told by the previous Conservative government they would lose their citizenship.
As a respondent in the cases, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship cannot abandon the litigation but, instead, asked for and was granted adjournments while it re-examines a policy that featured prominently in last month’s federal election.
Game changer for the Prime Minister’s election promise if true…
Official announcement, which fully confirms the information ANT1 that at least one perpetrator of the attacks in Paris has reached the French capital through Greece, where he spent pretending refugee, issued by the Minister of Citizen Protection.
As Nick Toskas, “on the case of the Syrian passport found at the scene of the terrorist attack:
We announce that the passport holder, had passed from Leros on 03.10.2015 where identified based on EU rules, as decided at the Summit on the refugee issue.
We do not know if the passport was checked by other countries which are likely to be passed by the holder.
Via Greece and using as a “smokescreen” hordes of refugees seeking a better future in Europe, they arrived in Paris, two of the jihadists that the French authorities regard as depreciation in the investigations on the terrorist attacks that bloodied Paris.
Reportedly ANT1, two, for the movements which had formally requested information from Athens by the French authorities,as established by the Greek Police and the National Intelligence Service, use the “street” migration of refugees from countries in the Middle East in Central Europe “passes” from Greece.
Based on the same information sources, the two men, moving through the islands of the eastern Aegean, and having a “mask” refugee status, managed to enter the heart of Europe and reach Paris.