Canadian Human Rights Commission v. Glenn Bahr

Man spread hatred online, officer testifies at tribunal

Keith Borkowsky, The Edmonton Journal 25/5/2006

EDMONTON - An Edmonton man, who allegedly operated a website in 2004 on which white supremacist messages were distributed, went before a Canadian Human Rights Commission tribunal yesterday. Glenn Bahr is said to have operated a website for Western Canada For Us, and was listed as president of the organization's Alberta chapter, Edmonton police Sgt. Stephen Camp testified. Sgt. Camp had investigated the case when he was a member of the police hate-crimes unit. By checking the website and Mr. Bahr's seized computer hard drive, Sgt. Camp saw many references to racist, white supremacist activities. He testified he saw forums moderated by Mr. Bahr that helped spread hatred against aboriginals, Jews, Chinese and Arab people. The forums also spoke of a Jewish-controlled media. Mr. Bahr was a moderator, posting various newspaper articles relating to immigration or hate crimes for discussion, Sgt. Camp said. Mr. Bahr is alleged to have written on Jan. 13, 2004, that he

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