The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal described Richard Warman as:
He [Warman] advised the Tribunal that he has spent 15 years campaigning against hate messages. About five years ago, he focused on the internet. Although he was not qualified as an expert, I allowed him to provide some background on the material that was entered into evidence.
Para 8: Warman v Warman ruling
Mr. Warman is a resident of Ottawa. He has developed an interest in human rights issues over the past 15 years, and is actively involved in anti-racism groups. For a time, he worked for the Commission. Most recently, he has focussed his attention on hate propaganda disseminated through the Internet, by monitoring the Internet activity of what he describes as extreme right-wing and neo-Nazi groups.
Para 4: Warman v. Kulbashian et all.
 Mr. Warman has, with the assistance of the Commission, instituted most of the s. 13 (1) complaints under the Act that have come before the Tribunal. He has been very successful in these cases and has garnered accolades for his work in this regard. The evidence in this case of his participation on Internet sites similar to the Northern Alliance site is both disappointing and disturbing. It diminishes his credibility. For this reason and because the activities of the Respondents have ceased for a lengthy period of time, I will not make any further Orders in this matter.
Para 64: Warman v. Northern Alliance
 I do not see any acceptable reason for Mr. Warman to have participated on the Stormfront or Vanguard sites, since there appears to be ample easily obtained messages on these sites available without his involvement. Moreover, it is possible that his activity in this regard, could have precipitated further hate messages in response. His explanation for including other hate messages in his postings by mistake seems very weak to me.
Why should Richard Warman be the only citizen to have his own personal inquisition?
Who has availed themselves of the "human rights" protected by Section XIII? In its entire history, over half of all cases have been brought by a sole "complainant," one Richard Warman. Indeed, Mr. Warman has been a plaintiff on every single Section XIII case before the federal "human rights" star chamber since 2002 — and he's won every one. That would suggest that no man in any free society anywhere on the planet has been so comprehensively deprived of his human rights. Well, no. Mr. Warman doesn't have to demonstrate that he's been deprived of his human rights, only that it's "likely" (i.e. "highly un-") that someone somewhere will be deprived of some right sometime. Who is Richard Warman? What's his story? Well, he's a former employee of the Canadian Human Rights Commission: an investigator. Same as Shirlene McGovern.
Isn't there something a little odd in a supposedly necessary Canadian federal "human rights" system used all but exclusively by one lone Canadian who served as a long-time employee of that system? Why should Richard Warman be the only citizen to have his own personal inquisition? You can hardly blame the Canadian Islamic Congress and the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada and no doubt the Supreme All- Powerful Islamic Executive Council of Swift Current, Sask., for now figuring they'd like a piece of the human rights action.
Warman and the Canadian Human Rights Commission
Richard Warman held various positions at the Canadian Human Rights Commission. Sometime in 2004 he was no longer employed with the Commission.
During his time at the commission, he was the investigator on the Saskatoon-Humboldt MP Jim Pankiw CHRC complaint. Media Reports on Warman acting as CHRC investigator (April 2004 timeframe)
To date, Richard Warman has filed 26 complaints against named respondents with his former employer - the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
Warman posting on "Neo-Nazi" Websites
Warman is a frequent poster on "Neo-Nazi" Stormfront website
Warman is a frequent poster on "Neo-Nazi" VNN website.
Pretends to be a woman named “Lucie” or "Mary"
Has signed his posts with “88” (according to Warman means: Heil Hitler)
Has called Senator Anne Cools a "nigger" and a "c*nt"
Education / Member of Law Society
Richard Warman testified in the Warman v. Warman case:
"I have an honours Bachelor of Arts in drama. I have an LL.B., as well as an LL.M., and I am a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada."
Law Society of Upper Canada
In December 2006, the Law Society of Upper Canada lists Mr. Warman as working for the Department of National Defence:
Richard Warman is a member of EGALE
"Warman, an Egale Canada member and a federal civil servant..."EGALE describes itself as "Egale Canada advances equality and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-identified people, and their families, across Canada."
Alberta Human Rights Commission
In the Alberta Human Rights Information Service August 7, 2003, described Mr. Warman as:
Richard Warman speaking notes to his keynote speech to the violent Anti-Racist Action, Mr. Warman described his motivation to file complaints:
Warman has been awarded close to $50,000 (tax-free) for his "hurt feelings"
Total to Oct 27, 2007: $48,500