May 07, 2015

Release of "Muslim Nazi" Omar Khadr on bail is illegal -- and needs to be federal election issue

Rebel Staff
 

The Canadian government lost its appeal, so now confessed terrorist and convicted war criminal Omar Khadr is now out on bail while he appeals his conviction.

But this is illegal, because it violates Khadr's signed plea agreement.

In that deal, Khadr agreed, among other things, not to appeal his conviction and not to profit from his crimes.

But the Alberta courts are on Khadr's side, so they set him loose today.

After this, how can ordinary Canadians trust our nation's elites -- our judges and pundits.

Khadr's illegal release on bail needs to be made into an issue in the upcoming federal election.


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commented 2015-05-12 10:46:33 -0400
With all the focus on this animal, it is unlikely (anytime soon) that he will kill again, or try to hook up with his Jihadi buddies. I doubt he is a threat (for now).
commented 2015-05-11 19:44:39 -0400
Question…who paid for all these lawyers?
commented 2015-05-11 14:47:52 -0400
If Khadr disappears or commits another crime, Edney should be held accountable. the Canadian people should make sure of that.
commented 2015-05-10 21:13:39 -0400
I am just wondering who is a greater threat to this country Canadian judges or the terrorists , i my mind its the judges. I for one have lost complete respect for our judges , they are become the problem not the solution to terrorist.
commented 2015-05-09 21:40:34 -0400
Peter Netterville, I noticed Jane Kat hasn’t taken the bait. I wonder why… very curious?!
commented 2015-05-09 20:18:52 -0400
Oops, I meant appallingly displayed!
commented 2015-05-09 16:45:21 -0400
I’m not ashamed of my country, my PM tried to stop this, but the radicals have once again thwarted the rights of democracy for the majority. The judicial system, is interpreting laws to benefit the enemy, or the minorities, never it seems, does the majority trump any longer. And it isn’t just the judicial system, it is any system with access to large groups of people, where they are imposing their agenda on the masses. Appalling displayed, within the education system, at all levels.
commented 2015-05-09 15:21:04 -0400
If I hear the excuse that Khadr was only 15 and a “child Soldier” one more time, I will be ill, my Father was 17 when he joined the army during
WWII, that didn’t stop him front wanting to defend his country and fighting for our freedoms….
commented 2015-05-09 10:40:40 -0400
this makes me ashamed of my country and suspicious of the integrity of our justice system, how do these judges and radical lawyers ever get into the positions they hold, something is terribly wrong here
commented 2015-05-08 21:33:56 -0400
The release of a convicted terrorist is unbelievable. What happened in Ottawa evidently didn’t teach the government a lesson! Khadr has not renounced his terrorist religion so still very much a threat.
commented 2015-05-08 21:08:22 -0400
breathtaking how so many “sensitive” naifs like Bryan Keenan, the media and our judges lack the tiniest shred of consideration for the victims of murderers, but instead reserve their sympathy primarily for criminals (“it wasn’t their fault”).

And if you’re buying into Khadr’s newly minted awe-shucks, sweetness and reason, think again. It in no way fits with his behaviour in Gitmo. Think someone well-versed and immersed in radical Islam. Think taqiyya. Think careful coaching and practice by his legal team who no doubt are looking forward with $$ in their eyes to a nice big cut of what they expect to get from a lawsuit.
commented 2015-05-08 18:50:54 -0400
breath taking how Ezra lacks the tiniest shred of human decency for a kid coerced by his parents at 15. Kinda like the crusades. when asked who to kill, and who to spare, the response was, KILL THEM ALL, God will determine the innocent.
commented 2015-05-08 15:31:58 -0400
George, he is applying for bail because he in custody in Canada, under Canadian law: and given that he is appealing his conviction, he is eligible for bail. The judges (two levels of court, remember) agreed that he poses no flight risk, or risk to the health and safety of the community. You can certainly argue that the system needs reform. However, it was the job of the judges in this case to APPLY the law, not reform it.
commented 2015-05-08 15:09:30 -0400
To Terry Rudden I would ask this question:

Since he was convicted by US laws and sentenced by a US court, why is he being granted bail by a Canadian court?His presence in Canada was merely to serve his sentence. Since he is appealing in the US, should it not be the US judicial system that decides on bail? The current Canadian judicial system needs significant reform including term limits.
commented 2015-05-08 13:58:42 -0400
Rick, can you expand on your view that the decision to grant bail was legally incorrect?
commented 2015-05-08 13:39:48 -0400
To watch the enablers at CBC I wanted to throw up….talk about incompetent, terrorist enabling hacks. I was waiting for them to get a thrill up their leg…absolutely sickening…..to think we the people pay for this travesty of a station….
commented 2015-05-08 13:24:36 -0400
Dane, you are far more generous than I would have inclination to be. His family is hard core jihadist, even the women. Should Omar break parole, two things need to happen. Firstly, back to prison with NO chance of parole (or offer the entire family one way passage out of this country never to return) Secondly, the Liberal connected judges that ignored the facts of his case, and still released him, should be removed from the bench as unfit! The positions can then be replaced by allowing the public to elect a qualified individual more in tune with community concerns and wishes.
commented 2015-05-08 11:20:47 -0400
This “person” must be watch at all times like hamoka was when she got out.
Someone should setup a web sit that good citizens can post where he is or has been.
Make him uncomfortable in this country out side of prison
commented 2015-05-08 10:12:23 -0400
Judicial reform aside, this man is out. I have a feeling he won’t go back to jail unless he breaks parole, good luck with his lawyer there to deny any wrong doing.

That being said i believe it just may be the responsibility of the so called right to convince Kdhar of what the likes of Edney and the MSM are doing with him, using him as a propaganda tool just like his father.

Kdhar was not a 25 year old man when he committed these crimes, he was a very young man who was under indoctrination of radical Islam. Quite frankly i would rather him live with me, then with Edney, based on the fact that he will be a propaganda piece and reminded on a daily basis about how he is a victim, which he is not.

If Kdhar where to be persuade in the “right” direction he could potentially be a very strong allie against radical Islam.

Either way screaming at him because he is a convicted criminal, who has served his time, almost (like it or not), will not help to solve the problem. We must have real solutions to deal with this problem, not continue to provoke the situation.

I understand the facts would show that he will go directly to radical Islam, do not pass go, do not collect $200. However i would highly doubt he has ever had the opportunity to see the other side. Not to mention who said he hasn’t had enough.

I live in Edmonton, and yes I have concerns. Now that he is living in my community, the onus, to a certain degree, falls on the community to work with the convicted. To help “rehabilitate” and show him there is a right way.
commented 2015-05-08 07:59:16 -0400
Back to Gito with him, and take his defaming lawyer with him.
commented 2015-05-08 06:45:17 -0400
In all this discussion of activist judges, the perfidy of the elite, and the inherent Eeevulll of Mooooslems, one discussion is notably absent. On what actual basis does anyone actually dispute the court’s decision (both lower court and court of appeal’s) to grant bail, based on Canadian law?
commented 2015-05-07 23:27:48 -0400
How so Noralee?
Obama was clearing out gitmo. Omar’s mother popped him in Canada, so Obama made us take responsibility for him. If it were any other president, we might be a bit more worried about the decision to put Omar onto the street before he was supposed to be, and in contravention of the agreement. Obama I don’t think gives a hoot, as he thinks nothing of trading 5 big bad boys for one pathetic defector, Bergdhal. Our judicial system took that into account I think, mixed it up with their politically correct swamp water and the rest is history.
commented 2015-05-07 22:20:44 -0400
Peter Netterville…
It was a political decision made by the Liberal Chretien Government.
commented 2015-05-07 21:54:45 -0400
Ronald Beaudon – “Why did he come to Canada in the first place, his family were nothing more than terrorist themselves, why bring him back to Canada when he was in US custody.”

It is my understanding that it was a political decision based upon pressure from the US president to take Khadr back.
commented 2015-05-07 21:49:06 -0400
Jane Kat, you are, of course, welcome to your opinion.

I have found that it is a trait of the left to make personal attacks rather than counter what the person says with their own views. A shame really. This site seems to revel in well thought out debates without the need to use insults.

So, Jane Kat, try posting a comment that refutes something with which you disagree. You may find someone with whom to have a vigorous intelligent debate. Nothing more invigorating than a good mental challenge!
commented 2015-05-07 21:23:08 -0400
The Khader the Killer story is playing on Fox News.
commented 2015-05-07 20:54:43 -0400
Jane Kat, if that is your real name. Are you perhaps a Muslim plant on this blog? I have an actual real life cat. She is extremely perceptive and would probably challenge you if allowed. Others that she senses are harmless, she welcomes to my home in an very accomodating way specific to her breed. Fortuneately for some people I know, she respects my authority and guidance over her natural instincts to take out the the “weak” and “misguided”. True to her Egyptian roots. Real life , no illusions.
commented 2015-05-07 20:20:22 -0400
Excuse I meant GREENIE
commented 2015-05-07 20:20:10 -0400
Well, there are a lot (seemingly) “daft” people, starting with our “Appointed” judges. Fire them all, and see if they can get elected! They will have to make their case to the public who pay them. I call it “accountability”. Only then may we see some decisions based on public interest.
commented 2015-05-07 20:18:08 -0400
Hey, Elisabeth May your boyfriend is out of jail.
You said you wanted him.Well here he is. He’ll make a great Grennie Poster boy.