Canadian neo-Nazi found guilty of promoting hate online

Por: New York Daily News World January 24, 2023


A Canadian man calling for “non-stop Nazism” was found guilty of willfully promoting hate Monday. Gabriel Sohier-Chaput authored a 2017 article for far-right publication the Daily Stormer titled “Canada: Nazis Trigger Jews By Putting Up Posters On Ch--k Church,” according to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The editorial reportedly glorified reports of neo-Nazi posters pasted to a bus stop in British Columbia and mocked a Holocaust... + full article

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