Friday, February 12, 2010

Maher Arar Clears His Name

So says Chris Hall on the CBC. But where? Where did that name-clearing happen?

2 Comments:

At 2:02 PM, Blogger dsf said...

To Quote Justice O'Connor:

"I have heard evidence concerning all of the information gathered by Canadian investigators in relation to Mr. Arar. This includes information obtained in Canada, as well as any information received from American, Syrian or other foreign authorities. I am able to say categorically that there is no evidence to indicate that Mr. Arar has committed any offence or that his activities constitute a threat to the security of Canada.

The public can be confident that Canadian investigators have thoroughly and exhaustively followed all information leads available to them in connection with Mr. Arar's activities and associations. This was not a case where investigators were unable to effectively pursue their investigative goals because of a lack of resources or time constraints. On the contrary, Canadian investigators made extensive efforts to find any information that could implicate Mr. Arar in terrorist activities. They did so over a lengthy period of time, even after Mr. Arar's case became a "cause celebre."

The results speak for themselves: they found none. "

 
At 2:44 PM, Blogger Alan Adamson said...

Yup. Not guilty versus innocent.

 

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