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Suspect accused in fatal stabbing of man outside Toronto mosque has case put over to January

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TORONTO – A man accused of killing a 58-year-old Muslim man outside a Toronto mosque has had his case remanded until late January.

Guilherme (William) Von Neutegem faces a first-degree murder charge in the death of Mohamed-Aslim Zafis, who was stabbed outside the International Muslim Organization on Sept. 12.

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Police have said the two did not appear to know each other.

The lawyer for Von Neutegem says they’ve received some disclosure, but expects much more in the ensuing months.

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The Canadian Anti-Hate Network has alleged that social media accounts under the name William Von Neutegem show a chant and symbol on YouTube associated with a neo-Nazi group that encourages killings.

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