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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 they say occurred to the Toronto-born captive under the Liberal and Conservative administrations.

The crux of the $20-million suit is Canada’s unwillingness to recognize that according to international law, Khadr should have been treated as a child soldier during his incarceration. Most damning is the allegation that Ottawa not only failed to protect Khadr as a passive bystander during the abuse of the teenage prisoner, but co-operated with the U.S. in violation of Canadian constitutional and international laws protecting the rights of minors.

The Supreme Court of Canada has already condemned the federal government’s treatment of Khadr in three separate cases, including a 2010 unanimous ruling that said the participation of Canadian officials in Khadr’s Guantanamo interrogations violated his constitutional rights and “offends the most basic Canadian standards about the treatment of detained youth suspects.”

“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 in examining him about his experiences,” Khadr’s lawyer Dennis Edney said in an interview Saturday.

Edney, along with Toronto lawyer John Phillips, said Khadr will testify if essential to settling the case, but object to the need when his case has been so well documented in the media and through years of other cases litigated both here and the U.S.
Omar Khadr reflects on his time in Guantanamo Bay in an excerpt from Omar Khadr: Out of the Shadows, a documentary co-produced by Toronto Star journalist Michelle Shephard.(White Pine Productions)

“With the information and evidence so available, is the examination of Omar intended to show that he did not suffer from torture and abuse, that he suffered no damage from his incarceration as a child and the loss of his adolescence through early manhood without any rehabilitation by either the U.S. or Canada?” Phillips asks in a February letter to Department of Justice lawyer Barney Brucker. “I do not see how the Minister can achieve any benefit by subjecting Omar to further interrogation.”

Khadr was 15 when shot and captured following a July 27, 2002 firefight in Afghanistan where U.S. Delta Force Sgt. Christopher Speer was fatally wounded. In October 2010, Khadr pleaded guilty to five war crimes under Guantanamo’s controversial military commissions, including “murder in violation of the laws of war” for Speer’s death. In return, the Pentagon gave Khadr an eight-year sentence and chance to return to Canada.

Khadr later said he agreed to the plea deal as he believed it as his only way out of Guantanamo and has only vague recollections of the firefight.

On Friday, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland issued a written apology on behalf of the government to Abdullah Almalki, Ahmad Abou-Elmaati and Muayyed Nureddin, the three Canadian men who had been held for months in Syria or Egypt, thus ending their legal saga that has stretched 15 years and involved two federal inquiries. As the Star’s Tonda MacCharles reported last month, the men will also be awarded a multimillion-dollar compensation package.

Their case was similar to that of Syrian-born Canadian Maher Arar, who received an apology and $10.5 million from the federal government after a 2006 inquiry found that Canadian officials passed information about Arar to the U.S. and Syria, leading to his detention and torture.

Khadr was transferred from Guantanamo into Canadian custody in 2012 and released on bail in 2015. The Liberal government dropped the appeal of Khadr’s bail last year, breaking with its Conservative predecessor that fought to keep the Toronto-born captive behind bars….

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  • Mrs. Chief

    He needs to have an accident a fatal accident.

  • Suresh

    Only way to save canada from Left/liberal Jihadi supporters is to give the Iceland police treatment to the jihadis

    Its Brutal ………and ……Hilarious !

  • santashandler

    “…..drag him back through the nightmares….” Really? No mention of who he killed, right? Well, f**k him. He should be ‘dragged’ back to his nightmares. On a daily basis for as long as he lives. And that’s getting off easy. He and his POS lawyer can be ‘cellies.’

  • Dano50

    As a Canuck living fairly close to that scum p.o.s. I have a more appropriate thing to drag him through.

    And it involves swinal fecal products.

  • Mahou Shoujo

    trudeau and the whole liberal party will grovel in apology as they are sucks to islam such as is normally only found in sweden, germany, britain, france, belgium, italy and the rest of western europe. The more islam acts the fool, the more people hate loath and despise it, not all the legislation the liberals can excrete will ever get the hatred of islam that is forming to change into even tolerance.

    • pandainc

      “Obama freed him. Muhammadan in the White House. And now his lawyers are
      demanding that the Canadian government apologize to him. The chutzpah is

      No, Pamela, have to disagree with you here. This is not chutzpah — it is typical cultist manipulation of a system that allows it.

  • Criminal Scumbag Lawyers

    Toronto Criminal Lawyers are Unethical Unscrupulous Scumbags!
    Criminal lawyers have a mental disorder just like Omar Khadr it is called Sociopathy. Lawyers also lack a conscience.

    • gia

      So true ! Yet this same conscious lacking criminal lawyer is asking that the government have a conscious give pity, respect and honer, grovel out an apology and hand over lots of cash ! Insanity at its finest .

    • “….also lack a conscience”, too true. For that reason they banned law students who graduated from Trinity Western University from practising law in Ontario (and in other provinces too).

  • John Phillips is a Lowlife

    John Phillips must be a left-wing lunatic immoral lawyer. I would also be willing to bet that John Phillips is a Palestinian supporter. The two go together.

  • Jon Sobieski

    Muslims thinks the Canadian kuffars are unbelievably stupid and incredibly easy to rob blind. oh well, it’s OPM!

  • Rolland

    He’ll get one from trudeau but not from the Canadian People.

  • MrLogical

    So, who are the two guys in the photograph? Kadhr? Edney? Phillips?
    (It would be helpful to have captions added to any photos used in stories on AS.)

    So, he kills.
    Then sues for $20M.
    And his unprincipled, money-grubbing lawyers get rich in the process.

    Blood money.
    I hope they sleep well at night.

    • Logic PrObe

      I don’t.

  • usn

    If they shot him upon capture we wouldn’t be going thru this.


      Actually, you have to shoot them BEFORE you “capture” them – which makes the entire nonsense associated with capture and imprisonment moot.

  • George Macdonald

    He should have faced ,the rope ,or firing squad.

  • Carpet crawling POS should be stood against a wall and shot in the nuts and after a while of him crying for mommy, give him a final shot to the melon to put him out of his non-72 virgins-misery!!

  • Robert Batchelor

    So if you murder someone, you just need to go Canada to get a get out of jail free card? This is just ridiculous. The man should still be in Guantanamo Bay.

  • Dirt Doctor

    Ship Kadar & J. TruDope back to gitmo & waterboard the both of them daily until they die! Put that POS Edney and all the other 2 bit lawyers there too! Canadians have paid enough to these criminals and it needs to stop. TruDope despises our Veterans yet has all kinds of $$ (Canadian tax &&) for terrorists and illegal immigrants.

  • Trudeau is sure to comply!

  • Rob Porter

    The biggest mistake was U.S. soldiers not shooting this scumbag when they found him.,

  • Katie Jones

    Remember a Muslim is not a friend to the Truth and have no worries about telling the truth.

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