Archive/File: orgs/canadian/church-of-the-creator/press burdi-convicted orgs/canadian/heritage-front/press burdi-convicted people/b/burdi.george/press burdi-convicted people/d/droege.wolfgang/press burdi-convicted 1. Toronto Star, April 11, 1995 2. New York Times, Thursday, April 13, 1995 3. Canadian Jewish News, April 20, 1995 ---------------------------------------- 1. Toronto Star, April 11, 1995 Neo-Nazi musician is guilty of assault By Mark Bourrie Special to the Star OTTAWA - Anti-racism activists say yesterday's conviction of a Toronto neo-Nazi leader has shattered a powerful pillar of Canada's white supremacy movement. [Burdi convicted of] assault causing bodily harm for kicking an anti-Nazi activist in the face... ...concert to recruit high school students to the Heritage Front. ...broken up by anti-racist protesters and the Ottawa police riot squad. [...] 2. New York Times (International) White Supremacist Is Convicted By The New York Times TORONTO, April 12 - The leader and founder of a white supremacist music and publishing network based in Detroit has been found guilty of aggravated assault in a melee between white-power supporters and anti-racist demonstrators in Ottawa in 1993. [...] Mr. Burdi, a Canadian citizen, could be barred from entering the United States under immigration regulations that exclude foreigners with criminal records. [...] 3. The Canadian Jewish News April 20, 1995 From Coast to Coast Burdi convicted By Paul Lungen CJN Staff Reporter TORONTO - The assault conviction last week of a key Canadian neo-Nazi is expected to put a damper on white supremacy plans to recruit young people. The conviction will also prevent George Burdi, 24, from entering the United States. In recent years Burdi, a resident of Woodbridge, Ont., has produced hate recordings in Detroit under the Resistance Records label. He is also involved with _Resistance_ magazine. Last week in Ottawa, a seven-man, five-woman jury deliberated for almost five hours before finding Burdi guilty of kicking an anti-racist in the face during a wild brawl at the Canadian War Memorial on May 29, 1993. Alicia Reckzin, 22, suffered a broken nose in the attack. Burdi was in Ottawa with his band RaHoWa (Racial Holy War) to play a concert, which was broken up by anti-racists and the Ottawa police riot squad. Later, a group of white supremacists roamed through downtown Ottawa and Burdi and Heritage Front leader Wolfgang Droege led a charge into a group of anti-racists. Droege, who entered the court wearing leg shackles, testified that he, not Burdi, led the charge against the anti-racists. Burdi will be sentenced on May 11.
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