Some of Khadr’s Bail Conditions Are Eased

We have NO justice system; only a legal one:

A judge has agreed to ease some of the bail conditions for former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr.

Khadr’s curfew is being relaxed to allow him to attend night classes and early-morning prayers. Court heard Khadr is studying to become an emergency medical technician.

“It allows Mr. Khadr to fully progress in some of the educational programs he’s attending,” Khadr’s lawyer, Dennis Edney, said outside the Edmonton courtroom Friday.

“Night classes finish at 10 (p.m.). He would have to leave a night class earlier to satisfy the present curfew. Now the court is allowing him to be able to attend the night class and completely finish it, then make his way home in reasonable time.


  • mobuyus

    Will he now be allowed to parade down the street with a brace of human hands and feet in front of his mom’s house?

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Well, as an EMT he’ll certainly have access to new hands.

    • And he’ll be lauded for that.


      • mobuyus

        Just that smug voice of penis edney’s makes me want to punch him in the face every time I hear it.

    • Yusuf_Al_Kafir


  • Mark

    To do this on 9/11 just shows the stupidity and callousness of our so-called justice system.

    • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

      What we see as a betrayal they see as a commitment to diversity.

      Stupid assholes that they are.

  • Robert

    “…studying to become an Emergency Medical Technician.”
    Considering, as I recall, the US medic he murdered, this guy is more than a little bit of a joker.

    • He’s doing this to rub his crimes in his victims’ faces.

      • Exile1981

        I was thinking the same thing.

  • Rosenmops

    People who have been convicted of murder are allowed to be EMT’S???

    • Clear Thinker

      In Ontario if you have been convicted of a crime of moral turpitude for which you have not been pardoned, you cannot work as a paramedic. However baby omar is trying to get his own guilty admission removed by the appeals courts in the US. If he were to do that, he would have no murder conviction. It is now up to the government to charge him with treason. Also I am a paramedic, he might finds things very difficult if he showed up at my station.

      • Ron MacDonald

        He can always use the skills learned to go back to the Middle East and become a medic for ISIS.

  • G

    Oh for chrise sake! This is absolute bullshit! This murdering freak has not LOST a judicial decision since he was captured – not one.

    AND we are expected to believe that all these decisions were completely unbiased?

    Give me a break!! NOT ONCE has a judge failed to give this little shit EXACTLY what he’s asked for.

    Why doesn’t the canadian judiciary simply come out and ADMIT that they are trying to free this bastard in complete opposition to the very laws that put this murderer in jail.

    But he’s a murderer they approve of so it’s ok.

    • G

      My wife just used a nice metaphor.

      She said if you threw a pair of dice twenty times and they come up double sixes EVERY TIME you might suspect the dice were loaded.

  • terrence

    “We have NO justice system; only a legal one:” I must disagree with this statement – Canada does NOT have a “justice” NOR a “legal” system; we have a LAWYER system, who are ALL (if not most) in it to make a BUCK, a LOT OF BIG BUCKS.

  • Maurixio Garciasanchez

    He might end up building a mosque in Emonton so the 5,000 Muslims that are arriving here they will a place to pray .