۲۹ مهر ۱۳۹۹ | Oct 20, 2020
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11 January 2020 - 21:15
hate speech

“The nature of the mischief needs to be denounced and deterred,” Justice Howard Borenstein said Friday as he passed sentence on Laura Elliott for the April 2018 incident at Sugar Miracles Patisserie and Cafe at 2674 Yonge St.

Hawzah News Agency - (Toronto - Canada)- A middle-aged woman who wrote a hate speech on the front door of a Midtown Islamic bakery was given a one-month stay-at-home sentence and 18 months probation for her hate-filled message.

“The nature of the mischief needs to be denounced and deterred,” Justice Howard Borenstein said Friday as he passed sentence on Laura Elliott for the April 2018 incident at Sugar Miracles Patisserie and Cafe at 2674 Yonge St.

“I do find she’s profoundly remorseful and she  has apologized, saying she’s truly sorry for any suffering she has caused the staff and owners,” the judge said. ” She asked for their forgiveness.”

Borenstein also ordered Elliott to perform 30 hours of community service.

The owners expressed their forgiveness to the police, saying, “We are appreciative of Canada and Canadian diversity.”

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