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Law Enforcement: Soldiers and Odin

law enforcement: It's trying to legitimize their vigilantism as being seen as a member of the community that's supported by law enforcement, said Yannick Veilleux-Lepage, a Ph.D. candidate at the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, according to CBC. It's a cautionary tale definitely because what was handed over there was a nice propaganda victory for Soldiers of Odin in many ways. It's part of a larger pattern we can see the Soldiers of Odin engaging in. It has legitimized their presence to some extent. Hundreds of people turned out for the walk including Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens, Windsor police chief Al Frederick and James Godden, who identifies himself on Facebook as The Essex County President Of The Soldiers of Odin. Sudbury police chief apologizes for photo with Soldiers of Odin Soldiers of Odin Canada says group not the same as what's going on overseas Controversial Soldiers of Odin group organizing in Hamilton The photo was taken during the community walk on the Ganatchio Trail Oct. 15, which was organized by the mayor's office in support of 75-year-old Anne Widholm, who was savagely attacked there the week before. ( As reported in the news.