Boyle said his family had been delayed due to a medical emergency surrounding one of his children.
Boyle also faces one count of misleading a peace officer by trying to convince them that another individual was suicidal in order to "divert suspicion from himself", according to court documents.
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"Yes", the judge replied, and Boyle walked off screen. He is expected to make a brief court appearance on Wednesday.
"The Khadr family connection alone would have been a non-starter, not to mention the insanity of taking his pregnant wife to a Taliban-controlled province of Afghanistan". While anyone with a heart was glad to hear the Boyle children were no longer in captivity, Boyle's explanation that he was merely a "pilgrim" didn't sit right. The family and their three children, all born in captivity, were rescued by Pakistani troops in October after five years.
When asked by ABC News following his rescue why he was in Afghanistan, Boyle refused to answer.
Boyle also recounted a horrific ordeal in which he told the press that his American wife had been raped by the Taliban. He did not say whether the militants killed a child, only that his captors were responsible for "authorizing the murder" of his infant daughter. It is an account that has caused a stir with some questioning it publicly. Both these allegations were refuted by the Taliban.More news: A Glimpse Into Insider Trading And Ownership At Progress Software Corporation (PRGS)
The offences are alleged to have occurred in Ottawa between October 14 and December 30.
When arrested, Boyle lived in a downtown Ottawa apartment with his family.
Today was a wonderful experience for my family, and Ma'idah Grace Makepeace seemed truly enamoured.
A government official, who would speak only on background, said the meeting had been requested by Boyle, and that Trudeau would grant the same meeting to any Canadian who had gone through a similarly harrowing experience.More news: Florida House of Representatives passes legislation concerning federal immigration laws
"Mr. Boyle is a young man who we all know has been through a lot. We look forward to receiving the evidence and defending him against these charges", Boyle's lawyer, Eric Granger, said in an email. He was told that he will remain in custody until a Monday bail hearing, the Toronto Star reported.