That he be allowed to come "home." That, once here, he be free to return to his "loving" family's embrace. That, for having violated his Charter-enshrined rights at Gitmo, where Canadian government interogators kept the poor lad, a boy soldier after all, up way past his bedtime, Canada be required to "compensate" him to the max a la Maher Arar.
Under the circustances, that's not too much to want/expect/demand, is it?
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