As Michelle Malkin reported on her site in 2012, jihadist Omar Khadr, then 26, pleaded guilty to five charges related to the battlefield killing of U.S. soldier Christopher Speer in Afghanistan. Sympathetically described by many as a “former child soldier,” Khadr, the youngest inmate at Guantanamo Bay, was sent back to his native Canada by the White House in September 2012, and just today was released from a Canadian prison on bail.
Believe it or not, there was a party of sorts going on in the Twitter feed of Nate Whitling, one of Khadr’s lawyers.
Not everyone’s thrilled to see poor “child soldier” Khadr leave prison, or lose track of where he heads next.
How do Americans feel about a former Gitmo prisoner walking free in Canada?
Update: Word is getting around: