A Lévis, Que., man is dealing with terrorism expenses after RCMP say he allegedly deliberate a terrorist act to overthrow the Haitian government of Jovenel Moïse.
Gérald Nicolas, 51, took “concrete actions,” together with travelling to Haiti to coordinate a bunch of people whose intention was to participate in a coup in opposition to the established authority, RCMP stated in a information launch Thursday.
Nicolas faces three expenses together with leaving Canada to facilitate a terrorist exercise, facilitating a terrorist exercise and offering property for terrorist functions.
RCMP say the costs stem from an Integrated National Security Enforcement Team investigation which started after an trade of knowledge from the native police service in Lévis.
The investigation, which started in July 2021, revealed Nicolas allegedly deliberate to stage an armed revolution in Haiti and finally seize energy.
This investigation is unrelated to the July 2021 assassination of Jovenel Moïse, says the RCMP.
Nicolas is anticipated to seem in courtroom in Quebec City on Dec. 1.