Man charged in angry racial tirade gets 2 months conditional sentence, 1 year probation
Racial rant in Abbotsford parking lot went viral
Karry Corbett, who was filmed shouting racially charged language in Abottsford last year has been handed a two month conditional sentence and one year probation.
The widely shared video was recorded by Ravi Duhra, a lawyer who saw Corbett yelling at a 72-year-old parking enforcement officer.
Corbett unleashed a torrent of race-based insults at Duhra after he pointed a camera at him in the parking lot of Duhra's law firm.
He turned himself in to police days after the incident.
Corbett was sentenced for assault.
A spokesperson with the attorney general's office said Corbett has also been charged with the unrelated assault of another individual, uttering threats to the other individual and causing a disturbance.
Corbett has a criminal record dating back to 1999, including past convictions for assault, theft and causing a disturbance.