Blinded U.S. Marine slams world leader for rewarding terrorist

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently awarded a $10.5 million settlement to a Canadian-born terrorist who sued over being detained at Guantanamo Bay, and one U.S. Marine who was blinded in an attack by the said terrorist is furious.

Tuesday night, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson interviewed Sgt. Layne Morris, a former U.S. Marine who was blinded by a piece of shrapnel during a 2002 attack in Afghanistan. His fellow soldier, Chris Speer, was killed in the attack… all caused by a grenade thrown by 15-year-old Omar Khadr.

The U.S. military sent interpreters inside a compound where Khadr’s father, who had financial ties to Osama Bin Laden, was located. Not only were the interpreters killed, but young Khadr threw the hand grenade that killed Speer and blinded Morris.

Khadr was held at Guantanamo Bay but filed a lawsuit against the Canadian government, claiming he was pressured into confessing to the killing, and Trudeau just handed over a whopping $10.5 million instead of contesting the suit.

Watch the interview below, as Morris voices his anger:

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