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04/20/2015 08:16 EDT | Updated 06/20/2015 01:12 EDT

P.E.I. man arrested on suspicion he would commit terrorism offence back in court

CHARLOTTETOWN - A 20-year-old Prince Edward Island man is scheduled to appear in provincial court in Charlottetown today after being arrested last month when police said they feared he would commit a terrorism offence.Amir Raisolsadat was arrested after a peace bond was ordered under Section 810.01 of the Criminal Code of Canada.Information sworn in court indicates that the RCMP "fears on reasonable grounds" that Raisolsadat will commit a terrorism offence.The student from Stratford, P.E.I., was released on conditions including that he remain in the province and return to court today.Police have declined to release any information about him or the specific nature of the alleged threat.Over the last two months, two Quebec men have signed similar peace bonds after the RCMP feared they would commit terrorism offences.