Abd'ul Rahman Khadr is a Canadian citizen who was recently released by America from Guantanamo Bay, after being held for almost 2 years. But instead of being sent to Canada, he was sent to Afghanistan. One month later, after being smuggled across many borders, he turned up at the Canadian embassy in Sarajevo.
Under Canada's recent anti-terrorism bill, police can issue a "security certificate" and hold suspects without charge, or with secret evidence. And Khadr's lawyer, Rocco Galati, has a long history of helping many such terrorist suspects. But suddenly, he has resigned.