'The danger is that you will become what you are fighting against'

Mary Jo Leddy was doing what she loved to do, helping a refugee through the maze of bureaucracy to permanent residence in Canada. But in doing so, she discovered her country's intelligence agents had their own plan in mind for some Canadian asylum seekers.

Jim Creskey
Published: Wednesday, 09/08/2010 12:00 am EDT

Mary Jo Leddy was doing what she loved to do, helping a refugee through the maze of bureaucracy to permanent residence in Canada. But in doing so, she discovered her country's intelligence agents had their own plan in mind for some Canadian asylum seekers.

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