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What You Need to Know About the Obscure Occult Group Linked to Toronto Murder - 2020-09-28

F0.png What You Need to Know About the Obscure Occult Group Linked to Toronto Murder September 28, 2020, Mack Lamoureux, Vice News

On September 12, 58-year-old Mohamed-Aslim Zafis was sitting outside of a mosque in Etobicoke, part of greater Toronto, making sure that everyone who entered was wearing a mask. A little after 8:30 p.m., a man walked up to him and stabbed him in the neck. Zafis died in front of the mosque.

Police eventually arrested and charged 34-year-old Guilherme (William) Von Neutegem with the murder, and said he had no connection to Zafis. They also said there was a possibility that Von Neutegem was connected to another murder, that of Rampreet Singh, another person of colour who was stabbed to death on September 7 as he slept under an Etobicoke bridge.

"There does not appear to be any motive" in the killing, police said. Yet, as first reported by the Canadian Anti-Hate Network which monitors Canadian hate groups, it appears that Von Neutegem may have been associated with, or at least had an affinity for the teachings of, the Order of Nine Angles (ONA), an occultist fascist group that has deep ties to neo-Nazism.

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{{cite news | first = Mack | last = Lamoureux | title = What You Need to Know About the Obscure Occult Group Linked to Toronto Murder | url = https://www.vice.com/en/article/xg8bmj/the-order-of-nine-angles-the-obscure-occult-group-linked-to-toronto-murder-of-mohamed-aslim-zafis | work = Vice News | date = September 28, 2020 | accessdate = October 2, 2020 }}