Who’s at fault, Canada or U.S.?

The lawyer of a Abdul Rahman Khadr, a terrorist suspect apparently released secretly from prison in Cuba and flown to central Asia, has called on the federal government to provide written assurance that his client will be given the documents he needs to return home to Canada.

At a news conference in Toronto Tuesday with Fatmah Elsamnah, grandmother of Mr. Khadr, lawyer Rocco Galati said that Canadian officials have so far denied his client a passport and are either ‘negligent or spinning lies’ when they deny knowing where he is.


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