Young Canadian Terrorist wants help from Omar Khadr’s Lawyer in hand-written note

A young Canadian terrorist arrested in New York for plotting a deadly bombing in New York City is seeking help from Omar Khadr’s lawyer.

Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy, 19, wrote a note to a judge asking for the counsel who helped Omar Khadr win a $10.5 million settlement for his human rights violations in Guantanamo Bay.

The letter can be found here.

The Edmonton lawyer Dennis Edney has a history of defending profiles cases and originates from Scotland.

El Bahnasawy was arrested in 2016 for his role in a ISIS inspired attack in Times Square along with two other, his intentions was to leave a “ocean of blood.”

There’s no confirmed reports of the judge responding to the letter.

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