Young offender doesn’t mean child soldier
Well, it didn’t take long for politics to be injected into this matter.
Mr. McKenna makes reference to Mr. Anglin’s association to former prime minister Stephen Harper. My response to this is: “So what?” Mr. Anglin was simply relating international law, specifically “the convention on the rights of the child.”
I’ve been scratching my head trying to figure out what political party formed the basis of this convention. I’m still scratching.
The Supreme Court of Canada may not have recognized Khadr as an adult offender, therefore he was probably a suspected young offender. The terms “young offender”