CBC: FBI tip led RCMP to thwart possible terrorist act by Aaron Driver in Strathroy, Ont.
Driver, who was killed by police, was under a peace bond after openly supporting ISIS on social media
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation tipped off the RCMP about a person who was potentially planning a terrorist attack in Canada, says Reuters, which led the RCMP to a small Ontario town where they ended up killing a known ISIS sympathizer.
After receiving the tip Wednesday morning, police responded to what they called "a potential terrorist threat" in the small southern Ontario town of Strathroy.
Aaron Driver, 24, who had been under a peace bond for openly supporting ISIS on social media was killed by police.
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