Navy investigating Calgary reservist who encouraged fellow members of neo-Nazi web forum to enlist - 2019-12-04

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F182.png Navy investigating Calgary reservist who encouraged fellow members of neo-Nazi web forum to enlist December 4, 2019, Roberto Rocha, CBC News

This story is part of Exposing Hate, an ongoing series examining the nature of hate in Canada: how it manifests, spreads and thrives and how Canadian institutions, law enforcement and individuals are dealing with it.

A reservist with a history of ties to hate groups and spreading racism is being investigated by the Royal Canadian Navy — nearly four years after enlisting.

Boris Mihajlovic, of Calgary, was one of the administrators of the now-defunct Iron March forum, a notorious neo-Nazi website that had more than 1,200 users. He was also involved with Blood & Honour for at least four years and its armed branch, Combat 18, a group the Canadian government identified last summer as a terrorist organization .

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{{cite news | first = Roberto | last = Rocha | author2 = Jeff Yates | title = Navy investigating Calgary reservist who encouraged fellow members of neo-Nazi web forum to enlist | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/navy-reservist-iron-march-data-1.5382424 | work = CBC News | date = December 4, 2019 | accessdate = August 4, 2020 }}