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Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr    Polically UnPressed

Started 3/5/19 by Ø¿æÜ (Wunderlost); 262 views.

Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr is to ask Alberta's youth court today to declare his eight-year sentence to have expired.

The sentence, which was imposed in 2010 by a military commission in the United States, would have ended last October had he remained in custody. But the clock stopped ticking when an Alberta judge freed him on bail in May 2015 pending Khadr's appeal of a military commission conviction for war crimes -- a years-long process that has no end in sight.

His lawyer, Nate Whitling, has said that the youth court judge has the authority to terminate the sentence and say it's over.

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled the punishment handed Khadr for alleged acts committed in Afghanistan when he was 15 years old was to be a youth sentence. His application asks the judge to place Khadr under conditional supervision for one day then declare his sentence served.

MORE: Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr wants court to rule sentence expired

The Canadian Press February 26, 2019

news.yahoo.com/former-guantanamo-bay-prisoner-omar

F0ghorn

From: F0ghorn

3/7/19

Wake up Canada, this guy is a threat to Canadians>

Sole his parent send him to Afghanistan to learn about his death cult culture, the Canadian government nor the Canadian had anything to do with this!

SUCKERS!

Guard101

From: Guard101

3/8/19

It the sentence is expired, then Omar Khadr should be outlined at a Canadian Criminal Code:


"Under s46 of the Criminal Code, a person commits "high treason" who -a) kills, attempts to kill, wounds, imprisons, or restrains the sovereign, -b) wages war against Canada or does any act preparatory thereto, or -c) assists an enemy at war with Canada or any armed force against whom Canadian forces are engaged in hostilities, even if no state of war exists. The punishment for high treason is life imprisonment, without parole eligibility for 25 years.

Sections -b) and -c) BOTH apply to terrorist Omar.

sparkles

Ø¿æÜ (Wunderlost)

From: Ø¿æÜ (Wunderlost)

3/12/19

All type of turns by lawyer's to  get him into a country that could make him a danger for westerners!!!

The Isamic hatred and their warmongering agenda grows!!!

Nathannail6

From: Nathannail6

3/12/19

How is his jail sentence expired if Khadr never made jail in Canada?

         grinning

Ø¿æÜ (Wunderlost)

From: Ø¿æÜ (Wunderlost)

3/13/19

I KNOW... absolutely right!

we also know that law-makers do and claim what they feel legit -- actually at fault for more chaos!!

                    japanese_goblin

F0ghorn

From: F0ghorn

4/6/19

As Trudeau actually thinks- Khadr was a "child soldier" then Khadr Parents should be charged with War Crimes.

They authorized, and encouraged him to be enlisted as a child soldier. The mother stated she was "Proud" of her son! Under International law it is illegal to enlist, or force children into armed conflict. If the Liberals and their followers are so caring about child soldiers, then why isn't your Government charging Khadr Parents with War Crimes? This question needs to be answered. They have conveniently overlooked this matter.

sweat

Perfectly well said! thumbsup

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Nathannail6

From: Nathannail6

Sep-20

CBC redacts “terrorist” label for convicted war criminal Omar ...

The Rebel-Sep. 12, 2019
CBC redacts “terrorist” label for convicted war criminal Omar Khadr ... of blowback” for hosting Khadr and how they appear to be redacting out a ...
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