Trudeau hired Omar Khadr’s old lawyer for federal judge

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It’s clear that Justin Trudeau has a one sided agenda.

Even though the Trudeau government knew most Canadians didn’t support the $10.5 million payout to convicted terrorist Omar Khadr, they still hired his former judge.

This happened earlier this year and is a constant reminder for Canadians. A lingering shady cloud.

Via Global News.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s Liberal government has appointed one of Omar Khadr‘s former lawyers as a justice in federal court.

The appointment of Toronto-based lawyer John Norris was announced by Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould Monday. Elizabeth Walker, a lawyer and chairperson of the RCMP External Review Committee, was also appointed to the position.

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