Omar Khadr wants to have his conviction and confession thrown out

“The argument is that the charges Khadr confessed to were not crimes when committed and may not be crimes now and therefore must be thrown out. This has already happened in the cases of Ali Hamza al-Bahlul and Salim Ahmed Hamdan, both men with key al-Qaida ties.”

Jeffery Addicott, Director of the St. Mary’s Center for Terrorism Law, speaks with Ezra Levant about terrorist Omar Khadr’s appeal.