The Canadian government recently awarded convicted terrorist Omar Khadr $10.5 million dollars in response to his complaint that his country did not protect him from American captors in the Guantanamo Bay detainment facility. Khadr was 15 when he murdered Special Forces Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Speer and wounded Sgt. Layne Morris. Rebel Media’s Brian Lilley reported that when Speer walked into a compound at the end of a firefight with his Delta Force team, looking for survivors, Khadr threw a grenade that killed him and caused Morris to lose eyesight in one eye.
Lilley, a Canadian, spoke with Glenn on radio Wednesday to express outrage on behalf of the 71 percent of Canadian citizens who oppose the pay out. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau settled with the terrorist behind closed doors after hearing no testimony.
Lilley has started a fund for the Speer family on Indiegogo, hoping to raise one million dollars for the children who were left fatherless by Khadr.
“This guy gets $10.5 million for his rights being violated,” Lilley said. “Maybe we can raise ten percent of that and give it to the victims.”
If you would like to assist the Speer family, visit the crowdfunding page set up by Lilley:
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