The Honourable Peter Van Loan,
Minister of Public Safety
House of Commons
Ottawa, Canada K1A 0A6
March 24, 2009
Dear Honourable Peter Van Loan:
Re: Conditions of Parole for Keith Francis William Noble
I am writing to you as Minster of Public Safety regarding the apparent violation of Mr. Keith Francis William Noble's conditions of parole. Mr. Noble was recently found to have violated the Criminal Code of Canada for disseminating hate propaganda. Mr. Justice Glen Parrett ordered, in part, the following conditions of parole:
 Over the term of the probation order, there will be a prohibition on the accused's accessing the Internet, a further prohibition from him having Internet service to his residence, and from being in attendance at any establishment whose primary business is the provision of Internet access to the public.
 There will be a prohibition on possessing any modem or other device that would enable him to access the Internet, and there will be a condition permitting police officers or probation officers to allow them to obtain personal subscriber information from any Internet service provider for the purpose of enforcing that prohibition.
The evidence that Mr Noble appears to be in direct violation of the conditions of parole ordered by Mr. Justice Parrett include the following.Mr. Noble used, and appears to be still using, the online alias “Exterminance”. The Exterminance alias can be found on Youtube at http://www.youtube.com/Exterminance. The Exterminance alias can also be seen in use at Screen Shot Number 2 below.
Mr. Noble's recent comments on YouTube can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYX7Ft0Vonk and his login times can be seen at http://www.youtube.com/Exterminance. This can be seen at Screen Shot Number 3 below.
Some of Mr. Noble's online "friends" accepted on his Youtube account include members of the notorious racist British National Party. A partial list can be seen at Screen Shot Number 4 below.
Mr. Noble's presence on the racist online discussion group, Stormfront, is captured at Screen Shot Number 5 through 6 below.
Mr. Noble is not timid about his disdain for the terms of his probation and claims that the conviction has no bearing or weight.
Complaints about the continued use of the Internet despite the conditions of Mr. Noble's conditions of parole and Mr. Noble's continuation of involvement in hate groups have been sent, among others, to the Attorney general of B.C., the Solicitor General of B.C. the B.C. hate crime team and the special Crown Council for hate crime where Mr. Noble was convicted and paroled.
The Solicitor General of B.C. responded by forwarding my complaint to the Attorney General of Alberta where Mr. Noble now resides. The Attorney General of Alberta, nor the various hate crime teams, have responded to this or other complaints and have taken no action to revoke Mr. Noble's parole.
However, if Mr. Noble is not held to account I am concerned that this will send a clear message to other racists and racist groups that prohibitions against hate propaganda have no weight in Canada. The recent marches in Calgary by the terrorist group, Aryan Guard, and, in particular, the most recent one on March 21, 2009 at which several individuals who have found to have breached human rights codes clearly demonstrates the need for strict enforcement of Canadian hate crime laws as well as conditions of parole. If individuals like Mr. Noble are not held to account, there will be a further spread of racism and racist groups as experienced throughout Canada in the 1990s.
Thank you in advance for our attention to the matter of Mr. Noble's breach of the conditions of his parole is appreciated. I would also appreciate a written response to the present complaint.
Alan Dutton, M.A.
Attorney General Province of Alberta
Solicitor General Province of B.C.
Mario Dion, Chairperson, National Parole Board
Vancouver Hate Crime Unit
Calgary Police Service, Hate and Bias Crime
Edmonton Hate Crime Unit
Sreen Shots (click image to see full size)