Khadr was one of two former child soldiers who spoke at Dalhousie University on Monday during his first public event.
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Kady O'Malley breaks down what's on the agenda when Parliamentarians return from their Summer break. For the Conservatives, it's going to be all about the former Guantanamo detainee.
Rempel conveniently omitted and skewed many facts regarding Khadr’s $10-million payout. But she wasn’t entirely wrong either.
The payout to the child soldier might have been the ethically right move, but it was a huge political misfire.
Khadr and his lawyers also reportedly received a $10.5 million settlement
The compensation is reportedly for the abuses he suffered during his detention by the U.S. in Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay.
Omar Khadr still has the government reading his email, but he won't have to worry about returning to prison in Canada anytime in the near future.
The so-called child soldier accused of killing a US Army medic in Afghanistan spent more than a decade in US custody before being turned over to Canada in 2012.
Khadr made an unexpected public appearance at a Calgary showing of a new documentary about his life Friday night. He was released in May from prison pending appeal of his strongly condemned war crimes conviction.
An Alberta judge granted Khadr permission to travel to Toronto to visit family and take off his electronic monitoring bracelet. He also no longer has to use surveillance software on his computer.