EDITORIAL: The added insult to Norman is that Khadr was treated better

A government can be judged not just by what it explicitly says and does but on its priorities — on the things it emphasizes and on the things it remains silent.

The Vice Admiral Mark Norman case has given Canadians another window into the priorities of the Trudeau Liberal government.

While the government has failed in any meaningful way to prosecute the dozens of ISIS returnees who are walking around freely on Canadian soil, they were somehow able to toss the former head of the Navy’s life into limbo for two years on an allegation that — even if it was true (and Norman maintains it is not) — is of much lesser consequence than the treason and terrorism of ISIS fighters.

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