Quebec teen terror suspect makes court appearance
West Island teen will be sentenced for robbing dépanneur after federal terrorism-related charges settled
A 15-year-old Montreal boy will return to court in mid-February to have a trial date set in connection with a pair of terrorism-related charges.
The teenager appeared briefly in youth court this morning and saw the case put off.
Federal prosecutors allege he committed a robbery for the benefit of an unspecified terrorist organization.
Authorities also say the adolescent wanted to leave Canada to participate in the activities of a terrorist group abroad.
While the teen already pleaded guilty to the robbery charge laid by a provincial prosecutor, a sentencing scheduled for Wednesday will now take place only when the federal matter is settled.
The case returns to court Feb. 16.