Court awards U-S families $134 million in Omar Khadr case
The families of two soldiers, one who was killed and one who was wounded by Omar Khadr when he was 15 years old, have been awarded $134.2 million by a Utah Judge. However, the families say it's unlikely they will collect that money, adding it's  "more of a statement case than a desire to collect." Khadr, who was released from the Bowden Institute last month, has filed a $20 million wrongful imprisonment lawsuit against the Canadian government. Khadr pleaded guilty to throwing a grenade at the...