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Returning troops help KKK build paramilitary force to ‘retake’ US in coming race war

The Ku Klux Klan plans to begin military-style combat training under the direction of military troops returning home from overseas deployments, according to a Barcroft Media report. The notorious hate group has been attempting to recruit new members – children, in particular – in recent months, and the Loyal White…

KKK makes last-gasp bid for relevancy with Pennsylvania neighborhood watch stunt

By Jeffrey B. Roth GETTYSBURG, Pennsylvania (Reuters) – When a Missouri-based Ku Klux Klan affiliate dropped leaflets on residents’ lawns in a southern Pennsylvania township to announce the start of a neighborhood watch, the idea of a hate group patrolling their neighborhoods made many townspeople uneasy. But researchers from the…

Iraq vet’s PTSD earns shorter sentence in plot to have KKK kill black neighbor ‘like an animal’

An Alabama man who tried to hire members of the Ku Klux Klan to torture and murder his African-American neighbor was sentenced on Monday to six years in prison. Allen Wayne Densen Morgan, 30, pleaded guilty in October to charges of using interstate facilities in an attempt to commit a…

‘Suspicious’ KKK flyers found in Chicago suburb: ‘The Klan is awake!’

Police in Tinley Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, are investigating flyers promoting the Ku Klux Klan which appeared in some of the town’s driveways this week. The Chicago Tribune reported that at least five residences were targeted. Tinley Park Police Chief Steve Vaccaro told the Tribune that the flyers…

Former KKK leader and his mother indicted in Alabama cross-burning and cover-up

An Alabama grand jury indicted a former Grand Cyclops in the racist vigilante group the Ku Klux Klan in the town of Ozark on Wednesday. The man was charged with burning a cross at the entrance to an African-American neighborhood. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 28-year-old Steven Joshua…

Ku Klux Klan to meet in Gettysburg after shutdown thwarts battlefield plan

A branch of the Ku Klux Klan forced by the US government shutdown to cancel a rally outside the civil war cemetery in Gettysburg on Saturday now pledges instead to gather in the historic town itself. Wearing their infamous pointed white hoods and robes, the group is set to embark…

KKK rally at Gettysburg Civil War site canceled due to government shutdown

Ku Klux Klan (KKK) members hoping to rally on Saturday at Gettysburg, the site of one of the bloodiest battles of the U.S. Civil War, were disappointed when their plans were scuttled by a government shutdown. Amid public outrage, the National Parks Service had granted a permit last week to…

Virginia residents alarmed to find KKK fliers in their yard

Residents of a neighborhood in Virginia were upset to find fliers with the signature of a branch of the Ku Klux Klan in their front lawns. The racist and anti-gay fliers were distributed Wednesday night or early Thursday morning in the quiet Marshall Terrace neighborhood in Danville, according to The…

NAACP skeptical after historic Wyoming summit with KKK representative

Under heavy security and with a brace of ground rules in place, four representatives of the NAACP and a high-ranking member of the Ku Klux Klan met in Casper, Wyoming on Saturday night. The Wyoming Star-Tribune reported that John Abarr, an organizer for the United Klans of America, sat down…

Ohio county fair takes back blue ribbon awarded to antique KKK photo

A print of a photograph taken at a Ku Klux Klan rally taken nearly 90 years ago won the blue ribbon in an antique photo contest Tuesday only to have its title stripped away because some people found the subject matter to be offensive. According to the Associated Press, officials…

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