Terrorist Who Killed U.S. Soldier to Get $10 Million and an Apology?

Canada is so liberal and so politically correct that war criminals now get an apology and $10 million dollars. You read that correctly. Omar Khadr will be compensated because he was treated harshly. His grenade attack that caused the death of one United States Soldier and the blinding of another seems to have little bearing on the issue. In 2013, Khadr filed a C$20,000,000 amended civil suit against the government of Canada for conspiring with the U.S. in abusing his rights. He said he had signed the plea agreement because he believed it was the only way he could gain a transfer from Guantanamo, and claimed that he had no memory of the firefight in which he was wounded. He was sentenced and convicted as a minor and that is the major issue.

As Written By David Krayden for the Daily Caller:

Canada’s Liberal government is prepared to provide an apology and $10 million to the confessed killer of a U.S. soldier who spent time to Guantanamo Bay.

According to multiple reports Tuesday, Omar Khadr will be compensated in part because his interrogation at the hands of Canadian security was deemed “oppressive” by the Supreme Court of Canada.

Khadar, who was born in Canada, was fighting with al-Qaeda forces in Afghanistan when he was 15. In a shoot-out with U.S. forces, Khadr confessed to killing U.S. Special Forces medic Sgt. Christopher Speer with a grenade.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who is in Ireland en route to Friday’s G-20 Summit in Germany, would neither confirm nor deny the reports but strongly suggested their validity.

“There is a judicial process underway that has been underway for a number of years now, and we are anticipating, like I think a number of people are, that that judicial process is coming to its conclusion,” he told ……


Omar Khadr Gets Apology And $10 Million | The Daily Caller

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