Asshat Joshua Boyle ‘refuses to board US plane in fear he will be punished for his previous marriage to Zaynab Khadr

Joshua Boyle and Zaynab Khadr

A Canadian man who was rescued from his terrorist captors along with his American wife and their three children after spending five years as hostages refused to board a US military plane on

Thursday over fears he will now face punishment over his first marriage to a known terror suspect.

Caitlan Coleman, 31, was given back to US commandos along with her husband Joshua Boyle, 34, and their three young children after being rescued by Pakistani special forces late on Wednesday night.

I don’t believe that BS about being “rescued” by Pakistani forces. This was Pakistan calling in a favour with the terrorists in order to have Trump take some heat off them.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    Give him back to the Taliban.

    • That’s a good idea.

    • Observer

      Now that I know who he was married to previously, I doubt he was just hiking.

      I suspect he wanted to join a terrorist group, and when they saw he was white decided it would be much more profitable to hold him and his new wife for ransom.

      • Drunk by Noon ✓

        I think that’s exactly what happened.
        He’s lucky he and his family were not used in a decapitation video.

        • Shebel

          That would be–upsetting.

      • k1962

        He was grossly overweight. His type doesn’t hike. I also think he’s a Muslim convert, thus also an idiot.

    • Alain

      At the very least just leave all of them there.

  • Exile1981

    He’s a danger to Canada, I’d pull his citizenship and send tim to Gitmo till we are sure he’s not working for them.

    • Justin will give him 10 million.

      • k1962

        He still might because we didn’t bring his stupid a$$ back here fast enough.

  • ontario john

    If you look in the dictionary under “Stupid”, you will find a picture of this couple. I’m sure khadr’s lawyer will be demanding an apology and compensation for this idiot.

    • Count on it.

    • A Hamilton Guy

      Khadr’s lawyer is a good reason to hate lawyers!

  • Reader

    I think it is time for a musical interlude.

  • Reader

    I’m afraid these incidents may give some local terrorist supporters ideas and that they might kidnap Justin.

    I bet they would threaten to destroy Canada unless we paid them $10 million every year to keep him.

    • disqusW6sf

      Wouldn’t that (kidnapping Justin T.) be a beautiful thing.

      • Shebel

        I will contribute $1 if they keep him.

    • Bataviawillem

      That’s a deal, we can up it to 100 million and it is still a steal.

    • Shebel

      When is Justin going to the Mid-East— next, to spout his Peace and Love nonsense ?

    • Cheap at the price!

  • Tom Forsythe

    Odd, there is nothing about this in the CBC article.

    • ontario john

      CBC is too busy blaming Harper.

  • Tom Forsythe

    Do hostages generally have conjugal privileges? They had multiple children, while in captivity.

    • K1

      Too help her deal with the rapes she has probably endured

      • Alain

        No, as being the wife of one of their own and the husband being one of their own, she would not have been raped.

    • marty_p

      I want to know if the kids get automatic citizenship in Canada or the US or are they citizens of Afghanistan?

      • Tom Forsythe

        Canadian and US citizenship would be automatic; I don’t know how Afghanistan does it.

  • Editor

    This guys has impeccable decision making skills!

  • Ann

    So, I’m assuming that this guy wants Justin to send someone to get him. No doubt Trudeau will do it.

    But what is curious is that he + his family were held by the same terrorist group that had Bergdahl. Next week Bergdahl is expected to plead guilty. Makes you wonder if his fear of the Americans is related to Bergdahl.

  • Shebel

    This is Amazing in a Good Way.

  • Shebel

    Maybe we need a small bit if DIVERSITY.

  • ontario john

    Just heard from the parents at a press conference that they didn’t take the first flight offered, because it stopped at a U.S. military base that transported muslim prisoners. They didn’t feel comfortable being at a base where muslims were tortured, with Canadian forces also having knowledge of the atrocities. Gee, with that attitude maybe they should pay for their own way back.

    • k1962

      They should have left him in Pakiland, you know to be with his people because Canada is not his people….yet.

    • Cripes dump them out at 10,000 feet.

  • k1962

    They should have left the doofus there. I would have.

    • Shebel

      So would I.

  • Leave him there.