Stephen Harper calls the victims of Omar Khadr
Friday, 14 July, 2017 06:55
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The former prime minister of Canada Stephen Harper contacted the u.s. soldier Layne Morris, the victim of Omar Khadr to express his outrage after the canadian government granted compensation of $10.5 million.
“Layne has spoke with Stephen Harper,” admitted Leisl Morris, wife of the american soldier, the “Toronto Sun”.
“It was difficult to coordinate their schedules for Layne and Mr. Harper can talk to, she added. But after having found a time that suited both of them, they talked for more than six minutes.”
The gesture of the former prime minister seems to have been appreciated, even if to his eyes it was not necessary.
According to the media in the toronto area, Harper would have made a similar call to the widow of Christopher Speer, Tabitha, but has not obtained the confirmation.