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He was rushed to hospital with stab wounds but later died from his injuries.

According to police, prior to the stabbing, Larmond had been socializing with some friends when he left to go to the store on his bicycle.

The federal government maintains the lengthy incarceration is Brown's fault because he has not co-operated in obtaining the needed paperwork, but his lawyers say the evidence shows he did everything he could, and Canada Border Services Agency is responsible for the delay.

Brown is one of many immigrants who activists say are being held under what amounts to indefinite detention in violation of international law.

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If Jamaica fails to issue Alvin Brown a travel document as has happened before, the "habeas corpus" hearing in Ontario Superior Court is expected to resume within hours of his scheduled departure on the morning of Sept. The hearing before Justice Alfred O'Marra -- regardless of whether Brown is put on a plane -- will see his lawyers press for damages of

He was rushed to hospital with stab wounds but later died from his injuries.According to police, prior to the stabbing, Larmond had been socializing with some friends when he left to go to the store on his bicycle.The federal government maintains the lengthy incarceration is Brown's fault because he has not co-operated in obtaining the needed paperwork, but his lawyers say the evidence shows he did everything he could, and Canada Border Services Agency is responsible for the delay.Brown is one of many immigrants who activists say are being held under what amounts to indefinite detention in violation of international law.

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He was rushed to hospital with stab wounds but later died from his injuries.

According to police, prior to the stabbing, Larmond had been socializing with some friends when he left to go to the store on his bicycle.

The federal government maintains the lengthy incarceration is Brown's fault because he has not co-operated in obtaining the needed paperwork, but his lawyers say the evidence shows he did everything he could, and Canada Border Services Agency is responsible for the delay.

Brown is one of many immigrants who activists say are being held under what amounts to indefinite detention in violation of international law.

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Mingle2's gay Toronto personals are the free and easy way to find other Toronto gay singles looking for dates, boyfriends, sex, or friends.

If Jamaica fails to issue Alvin Brown a travel document as has happened before, the "habeas corpus" hearing in Ontario Superior Court is expected to resume within hours of his scheduled departure on the morning of Sept. The hearing before Justice Alfred O'Marra -- regardless of whether Brown is put on a plane -- will see his lawyers press for damages of $1,500 for each day of his lengthy incarceration, if the court finds any of it to have been unlawful.

,500 for each day of his lengthy incarceration, if the court finds any of it to have been unlawful.

The government wants to deport him following a robbery conviction but Jamaica won't issue him travel documents.

Last year, Ontario's top court cleared the way for today's legal challenge when it ruled provincial courts have the jurisdiction to hear such cases.

Federal Court normally deals with immigration matters but critics say it provides little oversight of what can amount to indefinite imprisonment.

Brown, 40, a father of six who arrived in Canada 33 years ago and became a permanent resident a year later, was deemed inadmissible after 17 convictions, most drug and weapons related.

Since then, Jamaica has refused to issue him travel papers, precluding his deportation and he has spent the past five years in prison branded a flight risk and danger to the public.

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