Arar still a threat, US envoy says
Globe and Mail, Canada -
The US ambassador to Canada yesterday dismissed the $16-million Canadian judicial probe into the Maher Arar torture case, saying Mr. Arar remains listed as a possible terrorist threat.
Americans take a turn smearing Arar
Arar remains on US security list
Arar considered threat to US, Wilkins says
So much for Conservative White House buddy buddy diplomacy. Neither formal letters from Public Security Minister Stockwell Day to the US government, nor tuff talk, in the house, from PM Stephen Harper have availed Marher Arar of his right to enter the United States. He remains a security threat despite the Harpocrites claims to have done all they can to rectify this injustice.
There has been no formal apology to arar from the Conservatives, whom as a party and as the official opposition chose to call Arar a terroist and impugn his reputation. No apology from the Harper government, to date hiding behind legal refuge, the last bastion of a scoundrel. And a limp attempt by the government to ask the Americans to remove Arar from their security lists.
You don't ask YOU TELL 'em, tough guy.
But the apologetic approach of the Harpercrites on this issue once again exoses our New Government of Canada as made up of compradors and quislings.
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