As of today, Omar Khadr is a free man.
An Alberta Judge has ruled today that Omar Khadr’s sentence is over.
Chief Justice Mary Moreau, a judge from the Court of Queen’s Bench, has ruled that Khadr does not have to serve any more of his sentence.
Khadr responded to one question as he left the courtroom. You can view his response here:
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