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Friday, 7 January 2011

Warrant issued for man over B.C.-based racist website (Canada)

 A well-known white supremacist who has been operating a website from Vancouver that allegedly promotes hate material is on the lam, police say.

The RCMP have issued a Canada-wide warrant for Paul Craig Cobb, 59, who is believed to have gone to the United States.

Cobb — who holds both U.S. and Canadian citizenship — runs the website podblanc.com, which he created in 2005 from Estonia, where he was living at the time. The site has since been shut down.

The Estonian government deported him in August 2009 and the RCMP say Cobb has been living in Canada since then.

He was arrested at the Vancouver Public Library last June after a six-month investigation by the B.C. Hate Crime Team.

"During the course of the investigation, evidence was obtained that alleged the website was being operated by Mr. Cobb from various locations within Vancouver and that this website contained hate material," said RCMP spokesman Insp. Tim Shields.

But Cobb was released within 10 hours of his arrest because a criminal charge could not be laid immediately.

He is believed to have fled to the United States soon after his release.

On Dec. 30, 2010, a charge of wilful promotion of hatred was approved against Cobb and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Vancover Sun