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Newsletter Free Omar Khadr Now | November 2014

November 2014 articles in the media about Omar :

Complicity in torture?

By Justin Ling | November 18, 2014

How Omar Khadr is trying to prove that the Canadian Government conspired with the U.S. 326 more words

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Khadr argues U.S. judge violating federal law

By Colin Perkel — Nov 6 2014

TORONTO – The judge presiding over Omar Khadr’s challenge to his conviction by U.S. military commission may himself be committing a federal crime by maintaining a law practice, according to allegations contained in new court documents. 106 more words

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Omar Khadr argues judge overseeing his case violating U.S. law

TORONTO – The judge presiding over Omar Khadr’s challenge to his conviction by U.S. military commission may himself be committing a federal crime by maintaining a law practice, according to allegations contained in new court documents. 500 more words

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Andrew Lawton: Omar Khadr’s victim mentality

Omar Khadr is gearing up for his forthcoming return to free society. His red carpet to cultural exoneration already has been laid by the NDP, the… 530 more words

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Khadr: Misguided security laws take a human toll

Ten years ago the Canadian government established a judicial inquiry into the case of Maher Arar. That inquiry, over the course of more than two years of ground-breaking work, examined how Canada’s post-Sept. 783 more words

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ISIL attacks Ottawa? Harper's use of tragic events to promote war agenda and suppression of rights

By LOUIS LANG
(Oct. 24) – On the evening of October 22, Prime Minister Harper addressed the country about the tragic events of the day. He did so again in the Parliament the following day. 1,106 more words

Omar Khadr wins right to sue government for conspiring with US to torture him

The recent decision of Justice Mosley approving Omar’s Amended Statement of Claim (technically the Amended, Amended, Amended Fresh as Amended) marks a recognition that the acts of Canada in relation to Omar’s treatment in Guantanamo Bay need a far greater level of scrutiny than we had previously considered. 273 more words

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