Lawyers for Canadian detainee at Gitmo will release interrogation video

July 12, 2008 02:12


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Lawyers for a Canadian held by the US at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, say they will release a video to the media of their then-teenaged client being interrogated by Canadian officials. Terrorism suspect Omar Khadr's Canadian lawyers Dennis Edney and Nathan Whitling told The Associated Press on Friday that they will release the video of the 2003 interrogation either Monday or Tuesday. Khadr, the son of an alleged al-Qaida financier, is scheduled to face trial in October for allegedly lobbing a grenade that killed a US Special Forces soldier in a 2002 firefight in Afghanistan.

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