‘Ottawa’ Ottawa Terror Trio: Who Are They, When Were They Radicalized
On Friday, three Ottawa men pleaded guilty and were sentenced for terrorism-related crimes. Ashton Larmond pleaded guilty to instructing a person to carry out a terrorist activity, while his twin brother Carlos pleaded guilty to attempting to leave Canada to commit terrorist acts. Suliman Mohamed admitted to conspiring with the Larmonds and others to carry out a terrorist activity. Combined, they were handed out 31 years of prison time. Postmedia’s Aedan Helmer offers a snapshot of who these three men were and provides a timeline of how they ended up collared by the RCMP for plotting to leave the country to fight with the Islamic State.
Name: Ashton Carleton Larmond
Born: Nov. 21, 1990, Ottawa
Charges: Facilitating terrorist activity, participating in the activity of a terrorist group, instructing a person to carry out activity for a terrorist group, conspiracy.