Insane Must-See Video Shows Terror Suspect Getting A Brutal Beatdown In A Canadian Jail

An intense brawl between a suspected terrorist and two inmates he allegedly threatened was caught on camera and leaked online.

The footage shows 24-year-old Terrence Wilson and 29-year-old Michael Clarke savagely beating Carlos Larmond inside Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre.

According to Wilson’s lawyer, Paolo Giancaterino, the attack took place of March 3rd and was sparked by Lamond’s insistence of Wilson converting into a “soldier of Islam.” What started as cordial requests to convert turned into full-on death threats against Wilson and his family.

According to Unilad, Wilson’s lawyer released the following statement:

“It first started with some friendly requests for him to convert to Islam and be a soldier of Islam, and my client was having none of it. It escalated to the point where threats were starting to be made that my client would be killed in his cell if he didn’t convert. That was followed up by another threat that my client’s family would be killed by someone on the outside if he didn’t convert.”

In the short one minute video, there must have been close to one hundred punches thrown at Lamond, on top of being thrown into a wall, kicked on the ground, and beaten with a crate as a few other inmates looked on.

Larmond suffered a black eye and a broken hand in the attack and Wilson was sentenced to 60 days in jail for the assault, while his accomplice Michael Clarke is due to stand trial next week charged with assault with a weapon.

Carlos Larmond was jailed while awaiting trial for terrorism offences, alongside his twin brother Ashton. He was charged charged with participating in a terror group and travelling abroad to participate in terror activities, according to Unilad.

Check out the insane video below. It’s pretty brutal but when you threaten to kill someone and his entire family, you have to be ready to take a punch. Or 100. This dude obviously wasn’t.

Looks like Larmond didn’t make too many friends in prison, as the dudes are being congratulated for giving him a royal beatdown.

[h/t Unilad]

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