Police alleged Magnotta sent Marek the video and that Marek posted it online knowing it depicted a real killing.
The infamous video shows Luka Magnotta dismembering Chinese university student Jun Lin. (Photo: Facebook)
"If you are not doing well, I will drag you back to court,'' Queen's Bench Justice Sterling Sanderman told Marek on Monday. "If you are in breach, you will go to jail.''Magnotta was convicted in 2014 of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison.
Luka Rocco Magnotta is taken by police from a Canadian military plane to a waiting van on Monday, June 18, 2012. (Photo: AP)The gruesome 10-minute video was shown at Magnotta's trial. An officer testified that it appeared on various sites under different titles and, while some sites removed it at the request of police, bestgore.com resisted. In a previous email to The Canadian Press, Marek said he removed the video the same day police publicly identified Magnotta as a suspect. He also said, in a post on his site, that he initially thought the video was a bad joke and he suggested that the site's users had helped identify Magnotta before the police did."I've dedicated my life to fight against Evil and Lies and I know that God and Truth are on my side," he wrote.
Luka Rocco Magnotta is guided into a waiting van after arriving from a Canadian military plane on Monday, June 18, 2012. (Photo: AP)Marek, a native of Slovakia, declined an interview before the trial. He is out on bail and acting as his own lawyer. His website is still operating. It advertises itself as a reality news website for adults only. It opens with a content warning. "Videos and images posted on Best Gore are bloody, gut wrenching, teeth grinding, offensive and upsetting. Just as the life itself," it says. "Best Gore exposes the truth about the humans as a whole and the truth is not always nice." Police have described the site as disturbingly violent and racist and said it has had as many as 10 million viewers.
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