Cleared on charges of inciting hatred against Jews
"Not Guilty"That's the verdict from a judge in Saskatoon in the second trial of David Ahenakew on chages he incited hatred against Jews.The allegations stem from a speech and interview Ahenakew gave in 2002, when he said Jews caused the second World War, and he compared Jews to a disease.At his first trial, the former head of the Assembly of First Nations was convicted, but it was overturned, and a new trail ordered.
Judge acquits David Ahenakew of wilfully promoting hate at second ...
The Canadian Press -
SASKATOON - A Saskatoon judge acquitted David Ahenakew on Monday of wilfully promoting hatred against Jews, but not before chiding the former aboriginal leader for his comments.
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