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#198 Punching Nazis… With The Law!
Who thought we'd have a Nazi problem in 2017? Richard Warman did. Years before the current "Should I punch a Nazi" debate took off, he attacked neo-Nazis with the law. And the media hated him.
September 11, 2017

Recently, columnists have been decrying Antifa, telling them to quit punching Nazis and work within the law. But years ago, some of those same columnists went after Richard Warman for doing exactly that.

As a human rights lawyer, Richard Warman went on mission to take down neo-Nazis using our legal system. He filed more complaints for online hate speech than any other Canadian — and was hugely successful.

But in the process, he got on the bad side of a lot of the media.

 

 

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