Crown has yet to disclose details of terror allegations: defence lawyer

The lawyer for a man arrested in an alleged terrorist conspiracy says he knows very little about the case against his client.

OTTAWA — The lawyer for a man arrested in an alleged terrorist conspiracy says he knows very little about the case against his client.

Doug Baum, counsel for Suliman Mohamed, says the Crown has not yet disclosed details of the allegations.

Mohamed, 21, made a brief court appearance after being charged earlier this week with participation in the activity of a terrorist group.

Mohamed has also been charged with conspiracy to participate in a terrorist activity with two other Ottawa men.

Twin brothers Ashton Carleton Larmond and Carlos Larmond of Ottawa were arrested last Friday.

Carlos was preparing to board a plane to India.