Omar Khadr War Crimes

CP

Khadr Seeks Bail

TORONTO - Former Guantanamo Bay inmate Omar Khadr is seeking bail pending disposition of his appeal in the United States against his disputed conviction for war crimes.The bail hearing, set for March...
CP

Khadr Lawyers Want Lawsuit Expanded

TORONTO - Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr deserves another chance to widen his civil lawsuit against the federal government but his lawyers first need to rework his claim, a judge ruled Wedn...
AP

Khadr Appeals EVERYTHING

Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr is set to appeal his five war crimes convictions on the grounds that the military commission had no legal authority to try him or accept his guilty pleas.Spea...
AP

If Detained Abroad, Would Canada Defend You?

The recent repatriation of Omar Khadr has demonstrated yet again that serious concerns remain about Canada's approach when its citizens are detained abroad. The rights of too many Canadians have been or continue to be violated in foreign countries, and Canadian governments have regrettably been inconsistent defenders of those rights. The Conservative record on Canadians detained abroad is deeply troubling, and it constitutes the aggravation of a problem that has existed for too long, under Liberal governments as well.