Dennis Edney, a defense lawyer representing former Guantanamo prisoner Omar Khadr, discusses Khadr’s near-death battlefield capture in Afghanistan at 15; the torture he endured for years at Guantanamo; the US and Canadian governments’ disdain for fair trials and justice; and the current effort to free Khadr from his Canadian prison.

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