Canada: Lawyers for Muslim who killed US soldier demand APOLOGY from Canadian government

“It’s time for the government to close the door and apologize to him. Instead, they’re going to drag him back through the nightmares of his time in Guantanamo.”

What about the nightmares of the family of the man Khadr killed? Omar Khadr should still be in Guantanamo. He is an enemy of the state, a Muslim soldier in the global jihad. He should have rotted in Gitmo, if not faced a firing squad. No,
instead Obama cut his sentence down from 40 years to 8 years, and then asked the Canadian government to take him. Khadr killed Sergeant First Class (SFC) Christopher James Speer
(September 9, 1973 – August 6, 2002). Speer was a combat medic with a Delta Force. Speer was awarded the Soldier’s Medal for risking his life to save two Afghan children who were trapped in a minefield on July 21, 2002, two weeks before his death.

Khadr killed an American soldier — and Obama freed him. Muhammadan in the White House. And now his lawyers are demanding that the Canadian government apologize to him. The chutzpah is unbelievable.

“Omar Khadr’s lawyer says ‘it’s time for the government to . . . apologize to him’ and settle suit,” by Michelle Shephard, Toronto Star, March 19, 2017:

Lawyers for Omar Khadr have been fighting the federal government since 2004 regarding abuses they say occurred to Guantanamo Bay detainee under the Liberal and Conservative governments.

As the Canadian government offers an apology and millions in compensation for Ottawa’s role in the detention and torture of three Canadians held in Syria and Egypt, federal lawyers appear to be digging in for a long fight against former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr, who was 15 years old and grievously injured when he was captured in 2002.

Lawyers for Khadr, now 30, have been fighting the federal government since 2004 regarding abuses…

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