That said, the board did express some optimism:
The decision stated Ahmad “had gained a new perspective and that you now realize everything is not black and white. You are beginning to develop a stronger capacity for insight.”
If he serves the rest of his sentence, he would be released on January 24, 2018.
Ahmad said he wanted to study robotics at Humber College.
In January, he was shifted to a medium security institution where he works as a food tray collector and a peer health counsellor. He also receives counselling by imams.Wow. He sounds like a reformed man. ;)