So Omar Khadr, the convicted, confessed war criminal who murdered U.S. Army Medic Christopher Speer, he’s not satisfied.
Earlier this summer he got a $10.5 million payoff by Justin Trudeau, and an official apology from the government of Canada.
Now he’s going to court to get his bail conditions loosened.
For one thing, he wants permission to communicate with his Al Qaida-supporting sister — the same sister who said, “who cares” if he murdered an American?
So obviously, the court originally said he couldn’t communicate with her, except in English, and with Khadr’s lawyer or a bail officer present.
But even that is too much for him.
WATCH to see why I think our courts will agree.