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MANITOBA LAW JOURNAL|VOLUME 44 ISSUE 1 2021

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Table of Contents

Part One: Sociological and Criminological Perspectives on the Toronto 18

Introduction
MICHAEL NESBITT, KENT ROACH, DAVID C. HOFMANN, AND KEVIN LEE

Chapter 1 – Homegrown Terrorist Radicalization: The Toronto 18 in Comparative Perspective

LORNE L. DAWSON AND AMARNATH AMARASINGAM

Chapter 2 – A Social Network Analysis of the Toronto 18

DAVID C. HOFMANN

 

Chapter 3 – Criminological Perspectives on the Toronto 18

TIANA GAUDETTE, GARTH DAVIES, AND RYAN SCRIVENS

 

Chapter 4 – The Infiltration of the Toronto 18: A Conversation with Mubin Shaikh

AMARNATH AMARASINGAM AND MUBIN SHAIKH

 

Chapter 5 – The Canadian Security Intelligence Service and the Toronto 18 Case

STEPHANIE CARVIN

 

Part Two: The Investigation and Charging of the Toronto 18

Chapter 6 – Navigating National Security: The Prosecution of the Toronto 18

CROFT MICHAELSON

Chapter 7 – Curing Complexity: Moving Forward from the Toronto 18 on Intelligence-to-Evidence

JAY PELLETIER AND CRAIG FORCESE

 

Chapter 8 – Improving the Intelligence to Evidence (I2E) Model in Canada

DAVE MURRAY AND DEREK HUZULAK

 

Chapter 9 – Financing the Toronto 18

JESSICA DAVIS

 

Part Three: Legal Issues at Trial

 

Chapter 10 – Trial by Jury and the Toronto 18

KENT ROACH

 

Chapter 11 – Canada v. Asad Ansari: Avatars, Inexpertise, and Racial Bias in Canadian Anti-Terrorism Litigation
ANVER M. EMON AND AAQIB MAHMOOD

 

Chapter 12 – Policing Entrapment

VINCENT CHIAO

 

Chapter 13 – The Dangers of Charter-Proofing the Toronto 18’s Prosecution

KENT ROACH

 

Part Four: Sentencing, Parole, Reintegration, and an Unknown Future

 

Chapter 14 – Sentencing the Toronto 18: Lessons from Then, Lessons for Now

MICHAEL NESBITT

 

Chapter 15 – Rehabilitation, Intervention, and Parole for the Toronto 18: Dead Ends and Silver Linings

REEM ZAIA

 

Chapter 16 – A Brief History of the Brief History of Citizenship Revocation in Canada

AUDREY MACKLIN

 

Concluding Thoughts

Conclusion
MICHAEL NESBITT, KENT ROACH, AND DAVID C. HOFMANN

Appendices

 

Appendix A: Cast of Characters
 

Appendix B: Key Events in the Toronto 18