KKK newspapers randomly delivered to Massachusetts town where famous Union soldier is buried
A local police department is investigating homes in Raynham, Massachusetts that suddenly received copies of The Crusader, which is the official newspaper put out by the Klu Klux Klan.
The police report says that the deliver was done at approximately 10 a.m. Monday to 10 homes on Sherwood Lane.
Deliver the paper isn’t illegal nor is it considered a hate crime, however the police notified the police spoke with the Bristol County District Attorney’s office, the Anti-Defamation League, and Massachusetts State Police.
“We condemn this kind of speech and the hateful ideology behind it,” said Raynham Police Chief James Donovan.
Those who have questions or concerns are encouraged to contact the Raynham Police Department.
Raynham was first settled in 1639 as the first town in the new American colonies that was founded by a woman.
During the Civil War, Raynham soldier Frederick C. Anderson stole the battle flag of the 27th South Carolina regiment after a battle in Virginia, according to the The Taunton Daily Gazette. He earned the Medal of Honor.