‘I’m on Team Human’: U.S. medic who saved Omar Khadr’s life says he did right thing

They should have let him die.

Battle-hardened American veteran Donnie Bumanglag says he’s wrestled with his conscience for years over whether he did the right thing by saving the life of Omar Khadr.

When you make a bad decision and have to live with it for the rest of your life, most people will find a way to rationalize it.

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    This is a common psychological coping mechanism for people that have seen too much action.
    When you become a jihadi, you rip up your humanity card.

    • Bernie

      Let’s all not forget that Islam teaches its members to “Die for Jihad” and to “Kill all non Muslims”. So Khadr was doing what he was talk to do by his society, religion and family knowing full well he was expendable. There is no way in this World that he deserves any kind of protection as a Canadian Citizen after participating as a Muslim and Jihadist as he has renounced his Citizenship.

  • Millie_Woods

    Maybe he’s hoping Khadr will share some of that $10.5M with him. You know, the money he got paid for killing and blinding Bumanglag’s comrades.

  • First of all, his perceived decency is being used to shore up Khadr.

    So there’s that.

    Secondly, this kind of decency only works if their is some kind of reciprocity or redemption. None of that has occurred with Khadr.

    • Yo Mama

      None of that occurs with most muzzies. They are the originators of Nazi supremacism.

  • WalterBannon

    Donnie Bumanglag is a douche. He should not have saved Khadr’s life