On June 14, 2019 CTV News reported based the Canadian Press:
A Montreal man who was facing charges of inciting hatred online against Jews has been found not criminally responsible due to mental illness but will have to abide by a lengthy list of conditions that include staying off social media. Robert Gosselin’s case came to an end Friday [June 14, 2019] at the Montreal courthouse after a psychiatric evaluation found the 56-year-old could not be held responsible for the crimes. Gosselin was charged with two counts of uttering threats and one count of inciting hatred in relation to posts on the Facebook page of the Journal de Montreal newspaper. Among the messages was one that threatened to “eliminate Jews by killing an entire school of Jewish girls”… The anti-Semitic threats were made just days before the Oct. 27 attack on a synagogue in Pittsburgh last year, which raised anxiety levels in the Montreal community.
On October 31, 2018 B’nai Brith Canada reported:
Last week, the Service de Police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) arrested Montreal man Robert Gosselin after he made death threats and other offensive antisemitic posts in French on social media, including “A good Jew is only good for firewood,” and “What matters is I will eliminate some Jews by killing an entire school full of Jewish girls. That’s not a threat, it’s a promise!”