People who have been deemed a terrorist threat should be incarcerated if they can’t be monitored around the clock, Conservative leadership candidate Tony Clement said Monday in outlining his national security platform.
Clement also wants terrorist suspects to be on a published “wanted” list.
Clement said both measures would be subject to judicial review and require an “evidentiary threshold” be met.
Clement pointed to Aaron Driver as an example of someone openly sympathizing with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria who was not being monitored closely enough. He said people in a similar situation to Driver should be monitored 24 hours a day and incarcerated if necessary. He did not specify how long that detention would last under his proposal.