3 of 4 accused metro smoke bombers get bail
These photos taken during the metro smoke bombings of May 10 led to the surrender of four suspects currently awaiting trial.
Published Friday, May 18, 2012 1:46PM EDT
MONTREAL - Three of four suspects accused in connection with a series of smoke-bombings in the Montreal metro Thursday, May 10 have been released on bail.
A fourth suspect, the only male in the group, remained in custody Friday.
Genevieve Vaillancourt, Vanessa L'Ecuyer and Roxanne Belisle were ordered to stay 300 metres away from a metro entrance or school, unless they were actually taking a course.
The trio must remain indoors between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. unless they are with their parents. They are not allowed to attend a violent protest, nor wear masks.
François Vivier-Gagnon, who also faces a weapons charge after police reportedly found a knife with his goods, remained in custody.
The judge had initially set next Wednesday May 23 as the date for the bail hearings after Vivier-Gagnon's lawyer asked for a delay.
The four were charged with committing a hoax regarding terrorist activity, conspiracy and mischief over $5,000.