Holocaust denial group expressed support in Tony Abbott's initative to
reduce and weaken the laws defining hate crimes, according to a Saturday
report in the Australian daily the Sydney Morning Herald.
The report claimed that the Adelaide Institute, founded by Gerald
Fredrick Töben – who served two jail sentences for Holocaust denial and
anti-Semitism – announced that section C18 of the Racial Discrimination
Act and other anti-racism laws have prevented "legitimate" historical