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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 6:09 pm
 


Title: Woman who admitted to attack at Canadian Tire found guilty on terror charges
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Date: 2019-01-17 11:45:09
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She was also charged with leaving Canada for the purpose of committing a criminal offence in connection with an attempted trip to Syria in April 2016.


Can someone explain why this terorist was charged with leaving Canada for the purpose of committing a criminal offence while these Canadians


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 6:17 pm
 


"Represented herself in court". A clever enough lawyer could probably use that to somehow make her eligible for the apology lottery. Probably not the full ten million but maybe for one of the bonus prizes. Better odds than the 6/49!


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 6:51 pm
 


Khadr was convicted in a US kangaroo court of an act that he probably didn’t commit ad which doesn’t even qualify as a crime under any known law , at a time when he was s child, and then subjected to cruel and unusual punishment for over a decade afterwards That’s why he got his money.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 7:02 pm
 


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"Represented herself in court". A clever enough lawyer could probably use that to somehow make her eligible for the apology lottery. Probably not the full ten million but maybe for one of the bonus prizes. Better odds than the 6/49!

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Khadr was convicted in a US kangaroo court of an act that he probably didn’t commit ad which doesn’t even qualify as a crime under any known law , at a time when he was s child, and then subjected to cruel and unusual punishment for over a decade afterwards That’s why he got his money.

Except the Geneva Convention, Canadian Laws on participating in Terrorism, US laws on the same, UN Resolution 1373, etc. You are correct, there is literally no known law against murdering a medic as an irregular combatant.

Also the piece of dogshit admitted to tossing the grenade.

I don't buy the "he was only a child" arguement. He actually was a teen. Children are generally referred to people who are pre-pubescent. He was old enough to know the difference between right and wrong. Remember Steven Truscott was sentenced to hang at 14 for murder. Ole Omar was also 14. Generally you are considered Doli Incapax under 12 in Canada.

Cruel and Unusual punishment? Being held to account for your actions is cruel and unusual? Jesus man. HE MURDERED A MEDIC, they dont put you in a healing lodge (unless your Terri-Lynne McClintic)Cruel and unusual is Imagining the Speer family as they watched our Prime Minister tell this piece of shit he did nothing wrong, we're sorry AND we handing him a cheque for 10.5 million to make up for it.

Our PM is a virtue signalling SJW appeasing third-wave feminist loving treasonous groping pandering pile of human filth.

Khadar got his money because Trudeau wanted a photo op. Look how forgiving we are! We're the most compassionate!

Fuck Khadar and fuck this ISIS bitch. Its time we stopped pandering to these piles of donkey shit. Deal with them harshly.


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Also the piece of dogshit admitted to tossing the grenade.


After being tortured. Torture the Canadian Government was fully aware was taking place.

That is what the Supreme Court decided was the reason for his compensation.

There are other US Soldiers who were there, who weren't tortured, who don't believe he threw the grenade. He is also awaiting a slow retrial by the US Military on whether his tortured confession was admissible.

I'm sure they are speeding that process along, hoping everyone involved dies of old age before the trial.


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llama66 wrote:
BeaverFever wrote:
Khadr was convicted in a US kangaroo court of an act that he probably didn’t commit ad which doesn’t even qualify as a crime under any known law , at a time when he was s child, and then subjected to cruel and unusual punishment for over a decade afterwards That’s why he got his money.

Except the Geneva Convention, Canadian Laws on participating in Terrorism, US laws on the same, UN Resolution 1373, etc. You are correct, there is literally no known law against murdering a medic as an irregular combatant.

Also the piece of dogshit admitted to tossing the grenade.

I don't buy the "he was only a child" arguement. He actually was a teen. Children are generally referred to people who are pre-pubescent. He was old enough to know the difference between right and wrong. Remember Steven Truscott was sentenced to hang at 14 for murder. Ole Omar was also 14. Generally you are considered Doli Incapax under 12 in Canada.

Cruel and Unusual punishment? Being held to account for your actions is cruel and unusual? Jesus man. HE MURDERED A MEDIC, they dont put you in a healing lodge (unless your Terri-Lynne McClintic)Cruel and unusual is Imagining the Speer family as they watched our Prime Minister tell this piece of shit he did nothing wrong, we're sorry AND we handing him a cheque for 10.5 million to make up for it.

Our PM is a virtue signalling SJW appeasing third-wave feminist loving treasonous groping pandering pile of human filth.

Khadar got his money because Trudeau wanted a photo op. Look how forgiving we are! We're the most compassionate!

Fuck Khadar and fuck this ISIS bitch. Its time we stopped pandering to these piles of donkey shit. Deal with them harshly.

The truth is Treason Trudeau loves Terrorists. He loves them enough to screw Canadian Veterans while giving a convicted Terrorist a Taxpayer funded $10 Million dollar pay day. Until he's voted out of office his love fest with Terrorists will continue.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 9:07 am
 


DrCaleb wrote:
llama66 wrote:
Also the piece of dogshit admitted to tossing the grenade.


After being tortured. Torture the Canadian Government was fully aware was taking place.

That is what the Supreme Court decided was the reason for his compensation.

There are other US Soldiers who were there, who weren't tortured, who don't believe he threw the grenade. He is also awaiting a slow retrial by the US Military on whether his tortured confession was admissible.

I'm sure they are speeding that process along, hoping everyone involved dies of old age before the trial.

Ostensibly being tortured.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 9:10 am
 


llama66 wrote:
DrCaleb wrote:
llama66 wrote:
Also the piece of dogshit admitted to tossing the grenade.


After being tortured. Torture the Canadian Government was fully aware was taking place.

That is what the Supreme Court decided was the reason for his compensation.

There are other US Soldiers who were there, who weren't tortured, who don't believe he threw the grenade. He is also awaiting a slow retrial by the US Military on whether his tortured confession was admissible.

I'm sure they are speeding that process along, hoping everyone involved dies of old age before the trial.

Ostensibly being tortured.


I recall one of the first interviews Kadhr gave, where he described landing at the US base waiting for medical treatment and being questioned by a CIA guy who gripped the injury to his bleeding leg and squeezed everytime he asked a question.

Abu-Graib left me with little doubt that the US would do anything to get evidence to fit their narrative.


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Ever asked a convict what they served time for? They usually get upset, because in their minds they've done nothing wrong.

It may seem like I'm absolving the Americans of wrong doing, I'm not. But his allegation needs to be proven in court.

I merely don't think Khadar's story is super credible. I do think he was a combatant, did he chuck the grenade? only his imaginary sky-god and him truly know.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 10:03 am
 


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I recall one of the first interviews Kadhr gave, where he described landing at the US base waiting for medical treatment and being questioned by a CIA guy who gripped the injury to his bleeding leg and squeezed everytime he asked a question.

Abu-Graib left me with little doubt that the US would do anything to get evidence to fit their narrative.


You may recall that back in 2009 I enjoyed a three month vacation in the sandbox.

That was when the ROE changed (Obama) and when the scumbags would be taken into custody they'd level false accusations at the troops and then destroy their careers.

Because the cocksuckers who were killing our troops were being afforded more credibility in court than our troops were.

The consequence of this bullshit was that everyone in theatre started conducting field interrogations and then killing the mutts when they were done.

Who led the way on the technique of shooting the bastards in the knees to 'get the conversation started'?

Here's a hint: ‎E Tenebris Lux


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 10:08 am
 


Grenade or not. The fact that Khadr as a Canadian was fighting with the Taliban against US forces is an act of treason and he should be treated as such.


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llama66 wrote:
It may seem like I'm absolving the Americans of wrong doing, I'm not. But his allegation needs to be proven in court.


The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled in his favour several times, and against him never. That's my benchmark too; what has been proven in court.


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DrCaleb wrote:
llama66 wrote:
It may seem like I'm absolving the Americans of wrong doing, I'm not. But his allegation needs to be proven in court.


The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled in his favour several times, and against him never. That's my benchmark too; what has been proven in court.


It was based on the fact "his charter rights" were infringed, namely his "right to liberty and security of the person in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice""

and his section right to be informed promptly of the reasons of his arrest or detention, and the right to inform and instruct council and the right to be informed of that right.

What the Supreme Court has done with this ruling is say that ANYONE arrested in a foreign nation could be eligible for a settlement if their charter rights were violated. That's a fucking slippery slope. Get a sharp enough lawyer, and you too can get 10 million.

Khadar was arrested in Afghanistan by American forces, he was then transferred to an American Facility, He should only have been subject to Canadian laws and customs once he was back in Canada. Or are we saying Canadian Laws supersede all other laws?

This Canadian in China who is facing death, I'm sure several charter rights have been violated... But his case will never be seen by a Supreme Court Justice. The duality of justice is palpable.


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