TORONTO - A defiant George Galloway says he may take another run at legal action against Immigration Minister Jason Kenney for branding him a terrorist and trying to muzzle his anti-war views.
The outspoken former British MP, who landed in Toronto Saturday, came out swinging against his political nemesis. He said he wants "redress" from Kenney, accusing the cabinet minister of putting his life at risk.
"I'm not being melodramatic," Galloway said.
"There are crazy people in the world who — if I really was, really were the person Jason Kenney painted me as — might have thought themselves fully justified in putting a bullet in me."
Galloway said he'll go into more details about the "searing" and "surreal" turn his life took after Kenney deemed him a security risk when he speaks Sunday in Toronto.
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