Khadr’s Gitmo ordeal played out in video
* CSIS agents warned him that family risked torture in Pakistan
* Video shows weeping Canadian Guantanamo inmate (Reuters weeps along..)
Here’s the video of Omar Khadr, the Islamic terrorist captured on a battlefield in Afghanistan after throwing a grenade that killed a US soldier, sobbing and weeping and feeling sorry for himself. This little SoB is a killer and his whole clan is involved in terrorism. And the left feels sorry for this piece of human waste?
A 16-year-old Omar Khadr is seen pulling at his hair, covering his face and shedding his tunic in stills taken from videotapes of Canadian officials interrogating the Toronto-born terror suspect in Guantanamo Bay in 2003. Omar Khadr was 15 when U.S. forces seized him in Afghanistan following a firefight. He is now 21 and still being held in the Guantanamo prison camp.
Omar Khadr: wouldn’t it be better for him to be a ‘martyr?’
Paula Simons and Jodie Sinnema, Canwest News Service
It was the ultimate exercise in good-cop, bad-cop. For four days in 2003 at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, CSIS interrogators questioned the then 16-year-old Omar Khadr — alternately plying him with hamburgers, potato chips and soda, and grilling him with tough questions about his family’s terrorist connections and his own activities in Afghanistan.
* The Khadrs, Canada’s First Family of Terrorism, in the News
Sometimes, they treated Khadr like a kid brother, teasing him about being from Scarborough, joking about his love of horseback riding, and offering him chocolate. Other times, they made fun of his claims of being tortured, called him a liar and questioned his manhood.
Reality behind crying Gitmo kid vid: “My lasting image of Omar is of him crouched in the rubble waiting for U.S. troops to get close enough so he could take one of them out”
Footage of Omar Khadr weeping and calling out for Mommy has been circulating around, renewing charges that Guantanamo is a torture camp. Yet a soldier who encountered Omar Khadr in different circumstances says that he deserves what he has been getting. “Khadr ‘earned’ Guantanamo stay, says soldier,” by Stewart Bell for the National Post via JW
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