Sol Littman’s original letter to British Columbia AG – Pg 1
Sol Littman’s original letter to British Columbia AG – Pg 2
Crackdown on Web hate urged
Internet provider violating Criminal Code watchdog says
Toronto Star, January 16, 1998
B.C. called base for ‘Net hate’
Vancouver Province – January 15, 1998
Grape Capitol, damn it!
Editorial by Michael Newman
Oliver Chronicle – Date unknown
Websites earn Oliver nation’s ‘Hate Capitol’ title
Front page story
Oliver Chronicle – January 21, 1998
Provider blackens Oliver’s name
Centre says service is helping to make B.C. a hate capitol of Canada
Pentiction Herald – January 16, 1998
Racism label angers Oliver
The Okanagan – January 17, 1998
Oliver wrongly labelled
Editorial – Osoyoos Times January 21, 1998
Oliver seeks apology to ‘Hate Capital’ remark
Osoyoos Times – January 21, 1998
Oliver mayor may sue over hate-city label
Vancouver Province – January 21, 1998
Town considers lawsuit despite Littman apology
Oliver Chronicle – January 21, 1998
Klatt a ‘true citizen of democracy’
Letter to the Editor – Wally Bootsma
Oliver Chronicle – January 21, 1998
MLA vows to help Wiesenthal cause
Letter to the Editor – Bill barisoff
Oliver Chronicle – January 21, 1998
Klatt levels truthfulness attack at Littman
Letter to the Editor – Bernard Klatt
Oliver Chronicle – January 21, 1998
Town’s blackened name unnecessary
Letter to the Editor – C.R. Schon
Oliver Chronicle – January 21, 1998
Actual petition from the mayor of Oliver
‘Hate’ petition to be sent to Attorney General
Oliver Chronicle – January 28, 1998

Because of pressure put on Oliver seeks apology to ‘Hate Capital’ remark and Oliver mayor may sue over hate-city label], but as time went on she decided to jump on the anti-Klatt bandwagon and started a petition in Oliver. See the Oliver Chronicle article on the petition. Larson’s petition reads as follows:

“The people of Oliver ask the Attorney General’s Office to expedite investigations regarding the problems of regulating Internet material, specifically racism and hate literature including such topics as neo-Nazi, white supremacist and anti-Semetic literature.”

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