TORONTO (CP) - A Christian activist who garnered international headlines as a hostage in Iraq is joining a protest march against Canada's system of detaining suspected foreign terrorists indefinitely without charge or trial.
James Loney, who spent four months in captivity in Iraq, planned to catch up with the "freedom caravan" in Belleville, Ont., on Tuesday.
In an interview, Loney told The Canadian Press that he feels both an obligation to, and kinship with, the Muslim men currently detained as threats to national security.
Perhaps Loney and his fellow activists could stand as sureties for these men, if they are so concerned about their detention and certain of their law-abiding nature?
They could also volunteer to do the same for the crew arrested last week in Toronto.
Put your money where your mouth is. Take the risk of bailing them out.
Didn't think so.