The soldiers move through the wheat field, scanning the windswept plain for signs of trouble. There are six of them, dressed in fatigues and body armor, wearing the sunglasses and bushy beards popular among the Special Forces. The only thing they can hear is the... More >>>
photo courtesy of the Khadr family; drawing by Janet Hamlin
Omar Khadr was 15 years old and near death when captured by U.S. forces in Afghanistan in 2002. The Toronto-born Canadian citizen is accused of throwing a grenade that blinded one Army soldier and killed another.