TorontoPolice said police were investigating after the video was posted on social media by police advocating genocide.
The Army stated on June 21that the video was shot in theDundas Squarearea and posted on social media.
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The investigation, said an officer, said the military's hate crime unit "has been treated as a suspected hatred-motivated crime and is being actively investigated."
"Intentional promotion of hatred and advocacy of genocide require the consent of the Secretary of Justice. (Hate speech) It's a crime. "I read the press release.
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"Members of the Hate Crimes Unit provide support and, if applicable, justice to make these accusations. We ask for the Attorney General's consent. These charges are often billed later. "
Anyone with information will be asked to contact the police or a criminal stopper. ..
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