The Canadian Press

2011-01-10 | Cross Burning

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One of two Nova Scotia brothers convicted of a hate crime for burning a cross in front of the home of an interracial couple was sentenced January 10th to six months in jail. But with credit for time served, the sentence was reduced to two months. Twenty-one-year-old Nathan Rehberg (RAY'-burg) apologized in provincial Supreme Court before he was sentenced. Victim Shayne Howe said he was willing to accept the apology and move on. (Rehberg's younger brother, 20-year-old Justin, was sentenced the next day to two months for his role in the incident.)

Date: 2011-01-10
Placeline: KENTVILLE, Nova Scotia.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 13 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << yes I do accept this apology really do I been waiting for that for a long time and you know I know they're young and stuff and they don't know what's what but you know it's okay at 12 months but it came and yes I do it >>