No adequate remedy for Guantanamo Bay
RE: Khadr case
I support the government’s decision to compensate Omar Khadr as a remedy for its failure to recognize his status as a child soldier and the failure to protect his charter rights.
I am not sure that the reported amount is sufficient, but I am sure and certain there will never be a remedy for the American detention centre and torture chamber in which he was held. The activities at this place were, and maybe still are, so heinous that is located at Guantanamo Bay, in a foreign country, because such activities would clearly be illegal if conducted on American soil and subject to American laws. Thomas White, Hamilton