The Toronto Sun, Friday September 9, 1994.

Eight ID'd in trashing of home.

By THERESA BOYLE
Toronto Sun

    Eight anti-racism  protesters  dressed  in  black and wearing
balaclavas were part of an angry mob that trashed the house of  a
well-known  white supremacist, a metro police detective testified
yesterday.

    They hurled rocks and paint bombs at Gary Schipper's east-end
house while coaxed on  by  a  crowd  of  250 chanting, "Smash the
Heritage Front," Det-Const. Dave Bishop said.

    He  was  testifying  at  the  trial  of  Katrin  Clouse,  21,
Ainsworth Weir, 22, Elena Lonero,  25,  Peter  Ricards,  24,  and
Ajith Aluthwatta.

    They all face charges of mischief over $1,000 in the June 11,
1993 incident.

    Ricards  is  also  charged  with  possession  of a probibited
weapon.

    Windows  were  smashed  and   a  door  broken  at  Schipper's
bertmount Ave. residence during a rally by the Anti-Racist Action
group.

    Bishop testified he saw Weir and Ricards pull balaclavas over
their faces before tossing rocks at the house.

    Clouse was "egging on" the mob with a megaphone.

    Bishop said Clouse  and  Lonero  appeared  to  be  among  the
ringleaders.