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New Game: Is It Newsworthy?™

You'll be amused at the lengths Reuters will go to tug at your heart-strings... over a self-admitted jihadi:

Omar Khadr is seen in this undated family portrait. The U.S. military on November 8, 2007 will reconvene a Guantanamo war crimes tribunal in a third attempt to try Khadr, a 21-year-old Toronto native, accused of killing a U.S. soldier during a firefight in Afghanistan. Khadr has spent a quarter of his life at the detention and interrogation camp at the U.S. naval base in southeast Cuba. (Handout/Files/Reuters)


Hey Reuters: If you love Omar so much, then I'm sure you'll have no problem with us turning him over to you? For the record, we've tried offloading some of the murderers we are currently "looking after" in Gitmo to the very European countries that are complaining about the camp, and you know what kind of response we got?

Yeah, you guessed it.

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