Police scrambled to control the narrative around Aaron Driver’s death after shooting the terror suspect in 2016, documents show.
After the death of Aaron Driver, there are many questions about the effectiveness of Canada's terrorism-related peace bond process.
His arrest took place just days after ISIS supporter Aaron Driver was killed.
The ISIS supporter had a 'non-religious' funeral earlier today.
Civil liberties groups came to his defense and his conditions were relaxed. Now he's dead, killed while planning a terror attack.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police screened a video on Thursday that showed Aaron Driver pledging allegiance to the leader of the Islamic State and threatening Canada. Driver was killed on Wednesday in a police operation.
The 24-year-old was killed while plotting a suicide bomb attack, according to police.
Various media reported that 23-year-old Aaron Driver was killed inside a home in Strathroy, Ontario. Driver made headlines after he was arrested last summer and subsequently released on a peace bond over fears he would engage in terrorism.
Aaron Driver agreed to new court orders on Tuesday, despite never being convicted of a crime — or even charged with one.
Aaron Driver — who praised last year's deadly attack on the Canadian parliament building — was back in court Tuesday for his second bail hearing, even though he has never been charged with a crime.