In 2002, a young (13 yrs old) Omar Khadr, born in Toronto, was taken by his father to Pakistan then to Afghanistan where he sat in the company of Osama Bin Laden
Pre-9/11, Bin Laden and his group were aware that America was looking for an excuse to invade Afghanistan. Offers to build a pipeline across Afghanistan by Union Oil went down the tubes, the Leadership inked a deal with Bridas of Argentina to build the pipeline, who they trusted.
America was having a hard time finding an excuse and then 9/11...
The morning of 9/11, just 1 hour after the attacks, Rumsfeld was already prepared to hit 27 targets within Afghanistan. This level of planning requires a year's lead time
Omar Khadr's brother and father were killed and another brother paralyzed in the early bombing
Omar was captured, taken to Guantanamo and tortured
The case against Khadr was thrown out by a military judge in the US but the charges were re-laid
The case against Khadr: For 6 years he was purported to have thrown a hand grenade at his attackers, killing an American Sargent
The truth: A recent document inadvertently released proves Khadr was captured when he was found sitting on the ground peaceably facing away from his captors, facing a wall
Khadr's friend, sitting with him was shot through the head, killing him. Khadr was shot twice and left for dead. Neither posed a threat to their attackers
Being one of the few early witnesses left, the reason for re-laying charges against Khadr is to shut him up and prevent the truth from coming out about 9/11
Guantanamo detainees are routinely tortured until they confess to anything their captors want them to
Prof Scott tells us about former Guantanamo guard-cum-author, Erik Saar and an American author accused of murder, William Sampson, detained by the 'Saudis who were trained in torture techniques by the CIA'.