This story is stomach churning:
'Competing Canadian values': Awarding Khadr's settlement to U.S. widow a challenge for Ont. court
Jurisdiction, public policy will be key elements for court to consider
Why is it even considered that a widow of a US soldier should be compensated for her husband's death on the other side of the world while committing mass murder and war crimes against Afghan people?
Over the last decades US soldiers have butchered millions, yes millions, of innocent people on the other side of the world, in Vietnam, in Iraq, in Afghanistan, and many other places. If one US butcher's life is worth $100 million in compensation for wrongful death, them the USA owes hundreds of trillions of dollars in compensation to all the millions they killed while committing US war crimes abroad.
This widow's case is not only ridiculous, it is insulting to all the victims of the US military, and Canada should through her case out in extreme disgust.
Why is CBC treating this as if it is reasonable and normal? It is disgusting and disgraceful and CBC should say so.
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