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Neo-Nazi group loses bid to inherit $250K coin collection

A court decision to bar an American white supremacist organization from inheriting an estimated $250,000 coin and artifact collection from a New Brunswick man is being commended by a Canadian Jewish organization.

Robert McCorkill had willed the items to the National Alliance, based in West Virginia, before he died in Saint John in 2004.

Robert McCorkill, who died in Saint John in 2004, bequeathed his estate to the National Alliance, a white supremacist group based in West Virginia. (Southern Law Poverty Center)

The Canadian connection to the ‘white supremacist’ group that influenced Dylann Roof

A former teacher and two-time Mississauga, Ont. mayoral hopeful is the international director of a group that sympathized with the motivations behind the Charleston, South Carolina church shooting on June. 17.

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Terrence Tremaine - Former university lecturer in court to schedule date for hearing on charge of promoting hatred

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Warman fights cyberhate

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080920.wwarman0920/... Racists, crusader stuck in a hate-hate relationship (Canada) Ottawa lawyer fights a lonely battle against online bigots, but opponents say his methods stir up anger where little existed before After notching a 16th human-rights tribunal spawned by his relentless activism, Richard Warman - bête noire of the extreme right - worried aloud that he can never hope to cleanse the Internet of hate speech.

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INTERNET DEFAMATION- Paul Fromm

INTERNET DEFAMATION – COURT AWARDS OTTAWA HUMAN RIGHTS LAWYER $30,000 Ottawa - November 23, 2007 In a ruling released today, Justice Metivier of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice held that Paul Fromm and the Canadian Association for Free Expression Inc. (CAFE) defamed Richard Warman in a number of postings on various Internet websites. Mr. Fromm was recently in the news after the all-party decision by Parliament to prohibit him from holding a press conference there and the Ontario College of Teachers’ decision to revoke his teaching certificate for professional misconduct.

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Neo-Nazi supporter loses teaching ticket

Neo-Nazi supporter loses teaching ticket Decision penalizes Mississauga teacher Paul Fromm for conduct outside of classroom By Brett Clarkson, SUN MEDIA Paul Fromm has long held he should be able to non-violently express what he calls his political views outside the classroom. (Sun File Photo) A former Mississauga teacher described as a 'senior player' in the neo-Nazi movement in Canada has had his teaching certificate revoked.

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