Accused terror financier mounts charter challenge to dismiss case, citing government secrecy

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Accused terror financier and facilitator Awso Peshdary’s lawyers have lodged a charter challenge seeking a stay of proceedings, claiming government secrecy surrounding evidence that was ordered destroyed has deprived Peshdary of a full and fair defence in his long-running terror trial. Defence lawyers Solomon Friedman and Fady Monsour filed the charter challenge in court last […]

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