Omar Khadr’s bail conditions have been relaxed, so says Alberta Justice June Ross – he’ll be able to take off his electronic monitoring bracelet, speak to his grandparents in a language other than English & visit them in Toronto for two weeks this fall. The Justice also ruled the monitoring software on the laptop Khadr uses for school will also be removed as it’s interfering with the operations of the computer. Last week, the Justice said he could attend early morning prayers & attend night classes. When Khadr makes the trip, he’ll be with his lawyer and meet with authorities here in Toronto. Did the Justice make the right call? Do these new bail conditions concern you?