The Globe ends its piece on Khadr and the latest from the feds with:
"Dealing with grudging officials in the Canadian government is doubtless not as bad as having been turned into a child soldier by one’s own fanatical terrorist family, caught up in a firefight in Afghanistan in 2002 and then imprisoned, isolated, waterboarded, sleep-deprived and hung up by his arms by agents of the U.S. government, in order to extract false and partly false confessions. But that is no reason to prolong the deprivation of Mr. Khadr’s liberty.
Correctional Services Canada has already classified Mr. Khadr as a minimum-security prisoner. The government’s shameful handling of this case leaves the unmistakable impression that it is manipulating a legal proceeding to curry favour with some of its core voters. Who’s the threat to Canada, exactly?"
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