He arrived at CFB Trenton on a US Military aircraft and was turned over to Corrections Canada and taken to Millhaven prison.
My personal opinion is that now he has claimed his right as a Canadian citizen to return to his country after serving his sentence, that he must now accept his obligations as a citizen of Canada and face Canadian law.
Specifically: Section 46-1 b,c of the Criminal Code of Canada.
Every one commits high treason who, in Canada,
- (b) levies war against Canada or does any act preparatory thereto; or
- (c) assists an enemy at war with Canada, or any armed forces against whom Canadian Forces are engaged in hostilities, whether or not a state of war exists between Canada and the country whose forces they are.
If Omar Khadr's crime(s) are not a text book example of treason, what would be?