Regina Police Raid Home Of Ex Prof For Hate Crimes
Regina City Police raided the home of a former university professor accused of spreading hate online and seized computer equipment.
Terry Tremaine, 58, who was let go from his job as a University of Saskatchewan mathematics professor in 2005, is the subject of a criminal complaint by Ottawa-based human rights lawyer Richard Warman and the Canadian Jewish Congress.
They accuse him of willful promotion of hatred in online postings that target Jewish, black and First Nations people in Saskatchewan.
Tremaine calls himself the leader of the National Socialist Party of Canada and a member of "white nationalists."