August 30, 2017

“Pro-terrorist, anti-Canadian courts” will grant Khadr’s new bail conditions

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

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.

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commented 2017-09-06 12:38:36 -0400
High Treason should never be rewarded. The SCoC did not order a payment to terrorist or apology.
This was a political decision which backfired on the Liberals.
Comparing Khadr to David Milgaard is deceitful.
Learn about the family history and stop supporting a convicted terrorist!

Trudeau’s rationale in Khadr case is ‘very much the Liberal approach’
http://medicinehatnews.com/commentary/letters-to-the-editor/2017/07/28/trudeaus-rationale-in-khadr-case-is-very-much-the-liberal-approach/
commented 2017-09-01 01:03:59 -0400
AYAN RAY…“Mr. Khadr would almost certainly be successful at trial”. ALMOST CERTAINLY? I almost certainly won’t win a major lottery.”

Learn to read. Others before Khadr had received millions in damages for breach of their charter rights. Khadr was asking for $20 million given the Supreme Court found clear breaches of his charter rights.

“Given that the Supreme Court found clear charter breaches, Mr. Khadr almost certainly would have been successful at trial. The real question is, how much would he be awarded? Calculating damages is not an exact science, especially when it comes to charter breaches.

The most recent guidance is found in the Ivan Henry case. In 2016, after having been successful in the Supreme Court in 2015, he was awarded $8 million at trial. He was wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for almost 27 years. Most of the award was to vindicate Mr. Henry’s breached charter rights, and to deter similar breaches of charter rights.

Similarly, David Milgaard was paid $10 million in 1999 for over 22 years imprisonment. Steven Truscott received $6.5 million for 10 years in jail and living with the stigma of being a convicted murderer for almost 50 years.

The payments for wrongful convictions likely serve as the upper limit for charter breaches. For government, a certain practicality comes in: what’s the price of not having this dragged out for another 10 years and having a possible further loss at the Supreme Court of Canada? That’s where the $10.5 million figure comes from."

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/omar-khadr-legal-analysis-aaron-wherry-1.4199409

Khadr asked for $20 million. Canadian government had already spent $5 million in legal fees. They decided to settle for $10 million.

If you don’t want money to be spent to compensate violation of charter rights, tell Conservative politicians to get educated on charter rights.
commented 2017-09-01 01:01:45 -0400
“Supreme court did not order a payment or apology, people have already explained this to you!”

Ask someone intelligent to help you explain how the justice system works. Khadr was asking for $20 million given the Supreme Court found clear breaches of his charter rights.

“Given that the Supreme Court found clear charter breaches, Mr. Khadr almost certainly would have been successful at trial. The real question is, how much would he be awarded? Calculating damages is not an exact science, especially when it comes to charter breaches.

The most recent guidance is found in the Ivan Henry case. In 2016, after having been successful in the Supreme Court in 2015, he was awarded $8 million at trial. He was wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for almost 27 years. Most of the award was to vindicate Mr. Henry’s breached charter rights, and to deter similar breaches of charter rights.

Similarly, David Milgaard was paid $10 million in 1999 for over 22 years imprisonment. Steven Truscott received $6.5 million for 10 years in jail and living with the stigma of being a convicted murderer for almost 50 years.

The payments for wrongful convictions likely serve as the upper limit for charter breaches. For government, a certain practicality comes in: what’s the price of not having this dragged out for another 10 years and having a possible further loss at the Supreme Court of Canada? That’s where the $10.5 million figure comes from."

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/omar-khadr-legal-analysis-aaron-wherry-1.4199409

Khadr asked for $20 million. Canadian government had already spent $5 million in legal fees. They decided to settle for $10 million.

If you don’t want money to be spent to compensate violation of charter rights, tell Conservative politicians to get educated on charter rights.
commented 2017-09-01 00:59:40 -0400
“Ayan Ray Khadr is a murdering POS Terrorist , he had due process and he was committing treason. He was not a soldier either, now try and keep up.”

Here are the facts.

“Canada was complicit. The Supreme Court of Canada has made that abundantly – in fact unanimously – clear; most compellingly in its 2010 ruling condemning the willingness of Canadian intelligence officers to interview a teenager who had been subjected to days of sleep deprivation, an agonizing and insidious form of torture.”

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/canada-failed-omar-khadr-compensation-and-an-apology-was-the-right-move/article35623662/

“From the very beginning, he has been denied the right to due process and a fair trial, the right to protection from torture and — perhaps most appallingly — the rights stemming from the Convention on the Rights of the Child.”

http://www.edmontonsun.com/2015/05/08/lt-gen-romeo-dallaire-supports-omar-khadr
commented 2017-09-01 00:58:59 -0400
" Ayan Ray those are people opinions moron, the Supreme Court never said to pay him IDIOT!"

Learn to read. The Supreme Court found clear breaches of Khadr’s charter rights.

“Given that the Supreme Court found clear charter breaches, Mr. Khadr almost certainly would have been successful at trial. The real question is, how much would he be awarded? Calculating damages is not an exact science, especially when it comes to charter breaches.

The most recent guidance is found in the Ivan Henry case. In 2016, after having been successful in the Supreme Court in 2015, he was awarded $8 million at trial. He was wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for almost 27 years. Most of the award was to vindicate Mr. Henry’s breached charter rights, and to deter similar breaches of charter rights.

Similarly, David Milgaard was paid $10 million in 1999 for over 22 years imprisonment. Steven Truscott received $6.5 million for 10 years in jail and living with the stigma of being a convicted murderer for almost 50 years.

The payments for wrongful convictions likely serve as the upper limit for charter breaches. For government, a certain practicality comes in: what’s the price of not having this dragged out for another 10 years and having a possible further loss at the Supreme Court of Canada? That’s where the $10.5 million figure comes from."

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/omar-khadr-legal-analysis-aaron-wherry-1.4199409

Khadr asked for $20 million. Canadian government had already spent $5 million in legal fees. They decided to settle for $10 million.

If you don’t want money to be spent to compensate violation of charter rights, tell Conservative politicians to get educated on charter rights.
commented 2017-08-31 18:14:44 -0400
DREW WAKARIUK commented: “If Khadr ever strikes again in Canada , or of his money pays for a strike in Canada , i hope all the victims are people who supported the terrorist.”
Except the story would be spun by the Lieberals and the Fake News MSM, that ordinary working folk are the real enemies as the Quebec Gov’t has now insinuated!
commented 2017-08-31 10:45:03 -0400
AYAN RAY…“Mr. Khadr would almost certainly be successful at trial”. ALMOST CERTAINLY? I almost certainly won’t win a major lottery. What if I do? The underlying trouble with your rambling posts is that you have an apparent, no certain hard on for Ezzra. Why don’t you contact him directly and have it out. I am tiring of your incessant slander of Ezzra on this site, not to mention most of your verbal bull shit gets rebutted and you seem like a blow hard who “thinks” he has intellect and answers, but can’t deal with his hate of Ezzra. Talk to him…comment if you wish but ENOUGH of the slanderous jibrish.
commented 2017-08-31 07:40:47 -0400
Ayan, here is the trial video of Khadr building IED’s
Never charged with High Treason, though he should have been.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EQjYowsBgc

Supreme court did not order a payment or apology, people have already explained this to you!
commented 2017-08-31 03:25:57 -0400
Funny, I always thought conditions were imposed by the court not demanded by the criminal.
commented 2017-08-31 02:07:49 -0400
Ayan Ray Khadr is a murdering POS Terrorist , he had due process and he was committing treason. He was not a soldier either, now try and keep up.
commented 2017-08-31 02:06:49 -0400
Ayan Ray those are people opinions moron, the Supreme Court never said to pay him IDIOT!
commented 2017-08-31 01:25:52 -0400
Yet another example of Ezra Levant and the like promoting violence and hatred through lies and rhetoric.

Here are the facts.

“Canada was complicit. The Supreme Court of Canada has made that abundantly – in fact unanimously – clear; most compellingly in its 2010 ruling condemning the willingness of Canadian intelligence officers to interview a teenager who had been subjected to days of sleep deprivation, an agonizing and insidious form of torture.”

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/canada-failed-omar-khadr-compensation-and-an-apology-was-the-right-move/article35623662/

“From the very beginning, he has been denied the right to due process and a fair trial, the right to protection from torture and — perhaps most appallingly — the rights stemming from the Convention on the Rights of the Child.”

http://www.edmontonsun.com/2015/05/08/lt-gen-romeo-dallaire-supports-omar-khadr
commented 2017-08-31 01:24:59 -0400
Yet another example of Ezra Levant and the like promoting violence and hatred through lies and rhetoric.

Here are the facts.

“Given that the Supreme Court found clear charter breaches, Mr. Khadr almost certainly would have been successful at trial. The real question is, how much would he be awarded? Calculating damages is not an exact science, especially when it comes to charter breaches.

The most recent guidance is found in the Ivan Henry case. In 2016, after having been successful in the Supreme Court in 2015, he was awarded $8 million at trial. He was wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for almost 27 years. Most of the award was to vindicate Mr. Henry’s breached charter rights, and to deter similar breaches of charter rights.

Similarly, David Milgaard was paid $10 million in 1999 for over 22 years imprisonment. Steven Truscott received $6.5 million for 10 years in jail and living with the stigma of being a convicted murderer for almost 50 years.

The payments for wrongful convictions likely serve as the upper limit for charter breaches. For government, a certain practicality comes in: what’s the price of not having this dragged out for another 10 years and having a possible further loss at the Supreme Court of Canada? That’s where the $10.5 million figure comes from."

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/omar-khadr-legal-analysis-aaron-wherry-1.4199409

Khadr asked for $20 million. Canadian government had already spent $5 million in legal fees. They decided to settle for $10 million.

If you don’t want money to be spent to compensate violation of charter rights, tell Conservative politicians to get educated on charter rights.
commented 2017-08-30 18:27:22 -0400
If Khadr ever strikes again in Canada , or of his money pays for a strike in Canada , i hope all the victims are people who supported the terrorist.
commented 2017-08-30 18:26:12 -0400
The courts will bend over for Khadrs fist as they are instructed to.
commented 2017-08-30 13:47:31 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 33,960 Attacks, 219,001 Killed, 300,224 Injured that we know of

“Christians are the worst part of Canadian Society”, Justin Trudeau, Debate Post, March 28, 2017
commented 2017-08-30 13:38:34 -0400
We no longer have the rule of law enforced by our kangaroo court system. They are all globalists who override democratic laws, for the Islamic globalists.
commented 2017-08-30 12:34:25 -0400
Trudeau will intervene and, claim it’s the will of Canadians that bail conditions be revoked, he will say it with a straight face too!
commented 2017-08-30 12:30:48 -0400
Why has has he, his sister and mother not been charged with High Treason? Maybe you should call the Attorney Gen’s office and ask Ezra. Conversely, they could be taken prisoner. We are at war with those aiming for a global caliphate (sharia law). They support this notion, therefor, they’re part of the enemy. Enemy members, under the International Rules of Engagement, are taken prisoner and held til the war is over.