Abdul Latif Nasser has been held in the U.S. military prison since 2002, though he was never charged with a crime and never received a trial.
“Life here is like a nightmare.”
Khadr was one of two former child soldiers who spoke at Dalhousie University on Monday during his first public event.
In this week's CYBER podcast, we sat down with Edward Snowden to talk about his life in Russia, Julian Assange, and press freedom.
They quit months ago but didn't say why. Now, new court filings detail a secret mic hidden in their interview room.
He lamented he can't do what he'd "love to be doing" because he's not supposed to be involved with the Justice Department.
Rempel conveniently omitted and skewed many facts regarding Khadr’s $10-million payout. But she wasn’t entirely wrong either.
Khadr and his lawyers also reportedly received a $10.5 million settlement