Omar Khadr’s interrogators at Guantanamo broke human rights laws

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Omar Khadr at age 14

Omar Khadr at age 14

by The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Free Press, June 26, 2008

EDMONTON — The U.S. military’s treatment of a Canadian teen detained at Guantanamo Bay violated international laws against torture, the Federal Court has ruled.

Judge Richard Mosley said in his ruling released Wednesday that the way the military prepared Omar Khadr for interrogation sessions with visiting Canadian government officials, described in a 2004 document, broke human rights laws including the Geneva Conventions . . .

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