In Chapter Four of the book "Dark Days: The Story of four Canadians Tortured in the name of fighting terrorism" ", by Kerry Pither, the "harassment technique" to "SQUEEZE PEOPLE OUT OF CANADA" is exposed .
"Through first-person testimonials and government records, Dark Days demonstrates that what happened to these men is rooted in a systemic pattern of complicity in torture and cannot be explained away as a coincidence or a series of mistakes ." ("Dark Days: The Story of four Canadians Tortured in the name of fighting terrorism" ", by Kerry Pither)
After his return to Canada on Saturday, June 27, 2009, Abousfian Abdelrazik, is once again facing the same pattern of harassment even after the RCMP and CSIS have supposedly cleared him.
Abousfian Abdelrazik's lawyer, Yavar Hameed, suspects Canadian security agencies are the ones tailing his client.
By now, a lot more is known about the involvement of CSIS in this pattern of harassment and as Mr. Hameed said:
“This [surveillance] is completely inappropriate given one of the factors that drove him out of the country is he was severely harassed by CSIS."
“If that pattern re-emerges, in light of what we know CSIS is involved in, there would be serious consequences,” Mr. Hameed said, referring tothe possibility of obtaining a court injunction.
(photo: Abousfian (right) with his lawyer Yavar Hameed before they boarded the flight in Khartoum to return to Canada)
More on the case: People's Commission on Immigration "Security" Measures - Project Fly Home
The Globe and Mail article published Monday, June 29, 2009 - "Mysterious people tailing Abdelrazik in first days home"- is worth reading: