A gay atheist from Canada has left $700 in his will to convicted war criminal Omar Khadr because his story 'moved' him.
Jack Hallam, of Salt Spring Island in British Columbia, said he wanted to leave the 26-year-old Canadian citizen the money after hearing how he was treated during his 10-years at US military prison Guantanamo Bay.
'I think the young man has been treated abominably,' the 84-year-old told The Canadian Press.
'His story just moved me. He was tortured, he was kept in solitary confinement, he had light deprivation.'