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.