Juliet O'Neil Case before the courts

ShareThisGlobe and Mail columnist Lawrence Martin weighs in on the case of Juliet O'Neil, the Ottawa Citizen reporter whose home and office were raided by the RCMP after she wrote an article about Maher Arar, a Canadian citizen deported to Syria after being accused of having terrorist ties.


Interestingly I have received two requests recently from people hoping to start community radio stations in Iraq. There appear to be at least some people who want information that's not filtered through either the Americans or Al Jazeera. Barry

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