Christian Dior designer John Galliano was caught on camera making anti-Semetic remarks and telling one woman she had "a dirty Jew face." In March, he was fired from his role at Dior. Later, cell phone video of a separate incident appeared, wherein Galliano is heard saying "People like you would be dead. Your mothers, your forefathers, would all be f**king gassed." He's also heard in the video saying "I love Hitler." He was ordered to stand trial on charges of "public insults based on the origin, religious affiliation, race or ethnicity" against three people, and was found guilty of making anti-Semetic remakrs. He was ordered to pay around $8,400 in damages. Galliano's case is especially weird, considering he reportedly has Jewish ancestry.