KKK Fliers Spread Across New York Neighborhood

Even in the year of 2017, we are combating something as trivial as the KKK. Do they not realize that they are not relevant? We do not have room for a hate group like the Ku Klux Klan to hosts rallies and spread their fliers. Their hatred is uncanny.

KKK fliers were found spread across a New York neighborhood along with packets of kitty litter.

The fliers, signed the “Kool Kids Klub” and packaged in small plastic bags with cat litter, were found on driveways in Northville and local police are asking for the public’s help to determine where they came from.

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The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office posted the following:

“PLEASE SHARE!!!

Please be aware that there are individuals going around representing themselves as members of the KKK. Recent activity has them in Northville over night where they are leaving small bags containing informational pamphlets and kitty litter This is NOT harmful and can be thrown out. If anyone has any information or camera footage with possible suspects/vehicle information please contact the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office at 518-736-2100. Thank you for your assistance.”

The informational pamphlets advertise a “Klan Rally” in Charlottesville, Va., in July. “Stop the cultural genocide of white people,” the flier said. “The Kool Kids Klub wants you!”

The Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in Virginia requested a permit to rally July 8 in protest of the City Council’s decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from a local park, according to The Daily Progress.

The fliers were discovered in New York less than a month after KKK fliers were found in a Texas City neighborhood Memorial Day weekend. Those fliers, combined with pieces of candy, said “Join the best or die like the rest.”

This is not acceptable. Not not, not ever. If you know anything about this, call the number above.

 

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