Konrad Shourie

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Sgt. Konrad Lionel Shourie is a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer assigned to the Integrated National Security Enforcement Teams.[1]

On December 5, 2002, while attached to the Oshawa RCMP branch, he was one of three Canadian police officers awarded the Medal of Bravery for their role in the UN rescue of civilians and police officers during a Kosovo riot in the Mitrovica district.[1]

Shourie has taken a lead role in monitoring members of the Khadr family. Shourie was part of the team that seized Zaynab Khadr's papers, tapes and laptop, when she returned to Canada on February 14, 2005.[2] He also oversaw the December 4 interview of Abdullah Khadr by American FBI agents.[2]

When the original 90-day warrant for the seizure of Zaynab's papers expired it was Shourie who penned a request for a one-year extension.[3]


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  2. ^ Friscolanti, Michael. National Post, "U.S. sought Khadr before his arrival in Canada -- Pakistan refused to put suspect in U.S. custody", December 20, 2005
  1. ^ Eldest Khadr says Canada knew he was tortured in Pakistan jail, Toronto Star, December 8, 2005
  2. ^ Khadr laptop seized at Toronto airport: report, CTV, 2005 March 3
  3. ^ RCMP given more time to examine items seized on grounds of terrorist activity, Canadian Press, June 17, 2005