Native leader's hate crimes case postponed again
Thursday, August 28, 2003

A provincial court in Saskatchewan has delayed the hate crimes case of Aborginal leader David Ahenakew again.

Ahenakew is charged with inciting hatred for making comments praising Hitler and the Holocaust. He recently a Canadian magazine that Jews control the media and that "there's got to be something done about that."

Ahenakew is former chief of the Assembly of First Nations and a former chief of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations. Native leaders have criticized his remarks.

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Ahenakew plea delayed until October (CBC 8/28)

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