Kimberly Polman released on bail pending peace bond hearing



A British Columbia lady who was repatriated to Canada from a detention camp in Syria this week after marrying an ISIS fighter has been granted bail pending a peace bond hearing.

Kimberly Polman shall be released on recognizance and shall be dwelling in Chilliwack, 100 kilometres east of Vancouver, the place she appeared in provincial court docket.

Under the bail situations, Polman is prohibited from possessing a cellphone or every other gadget able to connecting to the web, and from driving any motor vehicle.

She can’t possess any paperwork associated to a terrorist group or depart B.C. with out the consent of her bail supervisor, and she or he have to be electronically monitored and abide by a 9 p.m. curfew.

Evidence and arguments introduced on the bail hearing are topic to a publication ban.

Polman’s subsequent court docket look was set for Dec. 2.

She is one in all two ladies who returned to Canada from a detention camp in Syria on Wednesday.

Oumaima Chouay, a Quebec lady who was repatriated alongside Polman, was arrested and faces 4 counts, together with leaving Canada to take part within the exercise of a terrorist group.

This report by The Canadian Press was first revealed Oct. 27, 2022. 


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