(Trinidad Guardian) The High Court has granted an order brought by Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi to freeze the funds of Shane Crawford under the Anti-Terrorism Act.
Following the move yesterday, Al-Rawi said the Government will continue to use all legal means at its disposal “to combat terrorism in all its forms.”
Crawford, also known as “Abu Sa’d at-Trinidadi” and as “Asadullah,” was among a number of people sanctioned by the United States on Thursday as “Specially Designated Global Terrorists,” for alleged involvement in ISIS.
Al-Rawi yesterday filed an application under the Anti-Terrorism Act to freeze the funds in accordance with Section 22B(1)(b) of the Anti-Terrorism Act, Chapter 12:0. He sought an Order of the High Court declaring Crawford to be a listed entity and freezing his funds. The order was granted.