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Sentencing for Toronto 18 terrorists put off until September
BRAMPTON, Ont. — Sentencings for two of the Toronto 18 terrorists have been put off until September.
Fahim Ahmad, a ringleader of the homegrown terror cell, and Steven Chand, found guilty of trying to fund the group, were both scheduled to be sentenced this week. But psychiatric reports on the pair are still in progress, the court heard Tuesday, and likely will not be ready until late this month.
Ahmad’s sentencing hearing has now been pushed to Sept. 27, while Chand’s will take place a couple of weeks earlier, starting on Sept. 7.
It is expected the Crown will call for an 18-year jail term for Ahmad, while the defence will likely ask for 15 years. Both the Crown and the defence are calling for eight years for Chand, but the judge has indicated he may impose a stiffer sentence.