Nate Whitling, the Edmonton-based lawyer for former Guantánamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr, is seen outside court in Toronto on Thursday, July 13, 2017. Whitling successfully fended off an attempt from the widow of a slain U.S. soldier to freeze Khadr's assets.
Nate Whitling, the Edmonton-based lawyer for former Guantánamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr, is seen outside court in Toronto on Thursday, July 13, 2017. Whitling successfully fended off an attempt from the widow of a slain U.S. soldier to freeze Khadr's assets. COLIN PERKEL ASSOCIATED PRESS
Nate Whitling, the Edmonton-based lawyer for former Guantánamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr, is seen outside court in Toronto on Thursday, July 13, 2017. Whitling successfully fended off an attempt from the widow of a slain U.S. soldier to freeze Khadr's assets. COLIN PERKEL ASSOCIATED PRESS

Canadian judge denies U.S. widow’s bid to freeze ex-Guantánamo prisoner’s assets

July 13, 2017 03:36 PM

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