Interim Staff On Dec. 10, Justice Robert Goldstein of the Superior Court of Justice in Toronto ruled that there was a “reasonable doubt” that Bill Whatcott’s flyer and his actions fit the legal definition for the “wilful promotion of hatred” and acquitted the long-time pro-family activist. If convicted, Whatcott had faced a possible two-year jail term. Whatcott was charged with a hate […]
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