CANADIAN TERRORIST AWARDED $8MILLION BY THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT

Jul 7, 2017

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Omar Khadr will receive $8Million US dollars (10.5 Canadian dollars) from the Canadian Government. The Canadian Government apologizes to Omar and paid him money in settlement of a long-running lawsuit, sources familiar with the agreement last Tuesday July 4, 2017. Omar has been tremendously lucky, all things considered. In July 2002, he killed U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Christopher Speer, a medic, with a hand grenade. The grenade also injured Sergeant Layne Morris, costing him an eye. Omar was born from Canada who pleaded guilty to five war crimes before a much maligned military commission in 2010 related to alleged offences that occurred in Afghanistan in 2002 when he was 15 years old. Khadr’s lawyers and a spokesman for Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale refused to comment publicly citing confidentiality reasons. Supreme court stated that in spite of the fact that he was and still is a confessed terrorist, he should retain his rights as a Candian citizen. In 2010, Khadr pleaded guilty to killing Sgt. Chris Speer, in addition to attempted murder, conspiracy, providing support to terrorists. Omar was released on bail in 2015, he will now get to enjoy his newly minted tax payer fortune without the inconvenience of being imprisoned for crimes he did commit. Canada’s participation in the illegal process in place at Guantanamo Bay clearly violated Canada’s binding international obligations,” the Supreme Court wrote in 2010, noting that Khadr had been denied access to counsel and was unable to challenge the legality of his detention. Omar will prove that he changed and he is now a good person. But if he did not he will give his millions to the victims of his crimes