Where is money, help for our soldiers?

Khadr is the second man to have received $10 million for so-called torture

Editor, The Times:

I am disgusted with the federal Liberal government for giving to Omar Khadr $10.5 million despite killing American special forces soldier Sgt. Christopher Speer.

According to a Canadian Press article in the July 6 edition of KTW, Khadr confessed to killing Speer. Khadr is the second man to have received $10 million from the Canadian government for so-called torture.

Our Canadian soldiers have been in conflict many times, come home with post-traumatic stress disorder and still have not received compensation or the help needed for their PTSD.

I have heard of two of our brave Canadian soldiers being killed by police due to their actions under PTSD. That is the thanks they got for serving in our armed forces.

Frank Lang

Kamloops, B.C.

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