The possibility seems unlikely, since Hicks' deal is largely credited to the intense public and political pressure to gain his release — something not seen in Canada where the Khadr family is largely reviled due to their past association with bin Laden.
And deservedly so.
You need to read the Globe and Mail to get the full monty of the charges he will be arraigned on; murder, attempted murder, conspiracy, spying and providing material support for terrorism. But I am not happy.
I think the Canadian government should apply for special prosecutor status and arraign the little snot-nosed pooh-shoveling piece of pestilence with a separate charge of treason. It was just a twist of circumstance he didn’t kill a Canadian combat medic rather than one of our allies’ combat medics. Once he’s up on the dock for treason, we can work our way through the Canadian criminal code. And if convicted, let the sentence start when the US sentence ends.