A Redvers Man Facing Hate Charges Has New Court Dates

New court dates have been set for a Redvers man remains in custody, charged with Willfully Promoting Hatred to an Identifiable Group, following the publication of an Anti-Semitic video on YouTube in June of 2019. In Regina yesterday, 29-year-old Travis Patron was released from custody, to appear on the hate charge on April 14th in Carlyle. He is to appear in Regina again on March 11th, on unrelated assault charges, dating back to November of 2019. He was arrested after the province’s Attorney General recommended charges be laid in connection with the video. Mounties received reports of four similar videos and hate speech alleged to have been made by Patron, between April and July of last year, and these remain under investigation.

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