Omar Khadr smiles as he speaks to the media outside his lawyer Dennis Edney's home in Edmonton, Alberta, in 2015. The former Guantanamo Bay prisoner had his first taste of freedom in almost 13 years Thursday after an Alberta judge rejected a last-ditch attempt by the federal government to block his release.
Omar Khadr smiles as he speaks to the media outside his lawyer Dennis Edney's home in Edmonton, Alberta, in 2015. The former Guantanamo Bay prisoner had his first taste of freedom in almost 13 years Thursday after an Alberta judge rejected a last-ditch attempt by the federal government to block his release. Nathan Denette AP
Omar Khadr smiles as he speaks to the media outside his lawyer Dennis Edney's home in Edmonton, Alberta, in 2015. The former Guantanamo Bay prisoner had his first taste of freedom in almost 13 years Thursday after an Alberta judge rejected a last-ditch attempt by the federal government to block his release. Nathan Denette AP

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