SELECTED CASE LAW
2011 SKPC 47 was a preliminary inquiry to determine if there was sufficient evidence for Mr. T to stand trial. Mr. T had published material on two websites, including video and audio recordings. He admitted that he was the person who posted particular statements on a white supremacist website and that he was also the webmaster of another white supremacist website. The judge in this case held that posting material on the internet may constitute communication to the public and noted that there was evidence that Mr. T engaged with others online when communicating the impugned material. The content posted on the websites was capable of promoting hatred towards Jewish people. Mr. T was committed to stand trial on the charge of willfully promoting hatred against and identifiable group.
Criminal Offence(s): Hate Propaganda