A Montreal neo-Nazi who was found guilty of wilfully promoting hatred against Jewish people has been sentenced 15 months in jail and three years of probation — one of the harshest sentences given for the crime in Canada, according to Quebec court Judge Manlio Del Negro.  Gabriel Sohier-Chaput, 36, authored hundreds of articles and some podcasts in the far-right publication The Daily Stormer under the pseudonym “Charles Zeiger.” He was found guilty in the Court of Quebec on Jan. 23. Sohier-Chaput called for “non-stop nazism everywhere” and mocked a holocaust survivor, though he argued it was “satire” in his March testimony. He is also prohibited from owning any weapons, including knives, for 10 years following his release; accessing any social media; writing and publishing articles; being in the presence of people who express hateful ideology, including participating in protests that target people based on race, gender, sexuality, or religion; communicating with the editor of The Daily Stormer and any similar publication and from leaving Canada.   Sohier-Chaput will also have to undergo therapy to shed his “hateful ideology” and anger issues, said Judge Del Negro.

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