Around ten minutes of video have been released by the Canadian lawyers of Omar Khadr, a sixteen-year-old Canadian prisoner at Guantanamo, during his interrogation in 2003. The interrogators are Canadian intelligence agents, who heard from Khadr that he was abused and mistreated inside Guantanamo. Additional video from the interrogation is available here.
So, basically it shows a kid who initially says to the Canadian, in what I read as a rather fake tone, "well, actually, I'm very happy inside....", but completely changes his tone on the next day, claiming to have been abused and mistreated by his captors, before falling into complete despair with cries of "help me"... and, if I heard it right, "kill me".
So, what's to be thought of this? I don't trust the kid, and I get the gut feeling that he isn't "innocent", but at the same time, he made a claim of abuse and mistreatment which the Canadian interrogator -- and government -- has largely ignored... and the situation that he is in currently is one where there is no real transparency or accountability.
Under the circumstances, can anyone give any good reasons why he shouldn't be tried and held in Canada?