Omar Khadr was late for his 10 a.m. bail hearing. For whatever reason, his Tuesday-morning ride from Bowden Institution to Edmonton’s downtown courthouse (two hours, door to door) didn’t depart the prison parking lot when it should have. By the time he finally appeared in the third-floor courtroom, sporting jeans, a white golf shirt and a neatly trimmed beard, it was 10:45.
Not that clocks have mattered much to Omar Khadr. He’s had nothing but time.