Hatter Charged With Inciting Hate In Public

It comes after a July 31st complaint from a local business where a man was seen holding money stamped with hate markings.

A Hatter has been charged with inciting hatred in public. Medicine Hat Police say it comes after a July 31st complaint from a local business where a man was seen holding money stamped with hate markings directed towards people of the Jewish faith. Loki Hulgaard, 35, was later arrested and it's alleged he had several $5 and $20 bills in a backpack with markings referencing "Jewish white genocide." Police say a search of Hulgaard's home turned up white supremacy documents, hate stickers, four fire arms (two which had the serial number removed) and over 1,200 rounds of ammunition. A number of computers and USB drives were all seized and will be searched. Hulgaard was released on bail and will be back in court Thursday. He's facing a total of 14 charges:

1) Incite hatred in public

2) Possess firearm with serial number removed x 2

3) Unsafe storage of firearm X4

4) Possess prohibited device x3

5) Unauthorized possession of a firearm X4

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