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Canada frees Omar Khadr, once Guantanamo Bay's youngest inmate

Thursday, May 7, 2015 16:21
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Canada frees Omar Khadr, once Guantánamo Bay's youngest inmate | 07 May 2015 | Twelve years and nine months after he was captured at the age of 15 by US troops in Afghanistan and taken to Guantánamo Bay, Omar Khadr – now 28 – has walked out of jail. A judge rebuffed the conservative Canadian government's attempt to block bail for Khadr, the youngest person ever held by the US at Guantánamo, who was transferred to his home country in 2012. Under the terms of his bail, set on Tuesday by Justice June Ross, Khadr will live with Edney and his wife in Edmonton. Khadr will be subject to extensive monitoring, to include wearing an electronic bracelet and the remote surveillance of his internet usage at Edney's home. He will not be permitted to have a laptop, cellphone or any other mobile device, and he will be subject to a curfew from 10pm to 7am.


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