Omar Khadr, the first Canadian convicted of murder, spying, and terrorism and held at Guantanamo Bay, needs another first before he can go home to serve out his sentence in a Canadian prison.
Canada must first be certified as a fit place to send a convicted terrorist, a nation not likely to permit him to attack the United States, and one that has control of its prisons.
Huh! Canada is indeed a fit place to send a convicted terrorist. Oh, you didn't mean it that way?
Apart from that first condition, looks like they're stuck with him, then.
Bon voyage, you murderous Muppet! I understand that Leavenworth is very nice at this time of the year, all things considered.