A Canadian man convicted of spreading anti-Semitic material online was sentenced Monday and banned from posting publicly on the internet, but will not serve any jail time. Arthur Topham, a 70-year-old former teacher and miner from Quesnel in British Columbia, was found guilty in 2015 of promoting hatred against an identifiable group on his website, Radical Press. Topham has run the website, described as anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic, since 1998 and was first charged in 2012. Topham was given a six-month conditional sentence barring him from publicly posting online, as well as a curfew. At the sentencing hearing, attended by several of his supporters, Topham told the court that the website had already been taken down ...
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