RCMP launch hate crime probe of leader of nationalist group vying for party status in federal election - 2019-06-28

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F182.png RCMP launch hate crime probe of leader of nationalist group vying for party status in federal election June 28, 2019, Dave Seglins, CBC News

RCMP in Saskatchewan have launched an investigation into an online video featuring the head of an extremist group that's poised to become Canada's next official political party.

The video was posted on the website of the Canadian Nationalist Party and on its Facebook and YouTube pages. It shows the leader of the group, Travis Patron, denouncing what he describes as "the parasitic tribe" or "black sheep" who he claims control the media and the central bank in Canada.

"What we need to do, perhaps more than anything, is remove these people once and for all from our country," Patron says, speaking directly to the camera.

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{{cite news | first = Dave | last = Seglins | author2 = Andreas Wesley; Carly Thomas | title = RCMP launch hate crime probe of leader of nationalist group vying for party status in federal election | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/rcmp-hate-elections-canada-canadian-nationalist-party-1.5193358 | work = CBC News | date = June 28, 2019 | accessdate = September 21, 2019 }}