Are Toronto Arrests a Wake-Up Call for Americans? Canadian police bring 12 suspected terrorists into a Toronto courtroom for bail hearings. These men, along with five teenagers, were arrested Friday in a massive sting operation and charged with plotting to blow up targets in southern Ontario with powerful fertilizer bombs. Guests discuss reaction to the arrests.
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Are Toronto Arrests a Wake-Up Call for Americans?

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Are Toronto Arrests a Wake-Up Call for Americans?

Are Toronto Arrests a Wake-Up Call for Americans?

Are Toronto Arrests a Wake-Up Call for Americans?

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Canadian police bring 12 suspected terrorists into a Toronto courtroom for bail hearings. These men, along with five teenagers, were arrested Friday in a massive sting operation and charged with plotting to blow up targets in southern Ontario with powerful fertilizer bombs. Guests discuss reaction to the arrests.

Guests:

Steve Tustin, city editor, The Toronto Star

Faisal Kutty, vice-chair of The Council on American-Islamic Relations CANADA (CAIR-CAN)

Peter Bergen, author of The Osama bin Laden I Know; fellow at the New America Foundation