Men in bank firebombing return to court today

November 9
The men charged in connection with the May 18 firebombing of a Royal Bank branch in the Glebe are back in court today. Roger Clement, 58, and Matthew Morgan-Brown, 32, each face four charges: arson causing damage, possession of incendiary material, using explosives with intent to cause property damage, and mischief. A retired public servant, Clement remains in custody after twice being denied bail. A third man, Claude Haridge, 50, who was charged with careless storage of ammunition in connection with the police investigation into the bombing, will also appear. The attack, on the eve of the G8 and G20 summits in southern Ontario, made headlines when an anti-establishment group posted a video of the burning bank online.

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