Abousufian Abdelrasik, the Canadian citizen stranded in Sudan, is suing the government for $27-million.
The Statement of Claim asks for general and special damages of $20,000,000 for false imprisonment, torture negligence, intentional infliction of mental suffering, breach of fiduciary duty, and Charter breach of ss. 6, 7, and 12. Abdelrazik is also asking for punitive and aggravate damages $4,000,000, and an additional $3,000,000 for a similar basis against Foreign Minister Lawrence Cannon.
Simon Chester previously linked Zinn J’s decision on the case.
The April 3, 2009 letter denying him an emergency passport can be found here. . . . [more]