B.C. man convicted of promoting hatred against Jews loses constitutional challenge | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

B.C. man convicted of promoting hatred against Jews loses constitutional challenge

Arthur Topham's lawyer argued in B.C. Supreme Court in Quesnel that his client's communication on his website was justified in a free and democratic society and that in this Internet age, the same viewpoints are available in many places.

The Crown noted that the arguments were based on an erroneous assumption that Topham only republished material written by others on his website — which wasn't the evidence put before the jury during his trial in November.

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