Residents of Panama City, Florida were surprised to find Ku Klux Klan fliers distributed on their driveways when they woke up Monday morning. The fliers were enclosed in zip lock bags with rocks inside, a sneaky way to make sure they didn't blow away or get destroyed by water. One Panama resident, Marilyn Miller, said she was taking her trash out Monday morning when she saw the flier sitting on her driveway.
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Miller told local news, "I looked up and down the streets and I noticed every single driveway had one of them in it. It was a baggie with the rocks, with the KKK flier. And obviously that's not something we want in our neighborhood, and any decent human being doesn't want to be a part of." Miller is adamant that the people of her community represent the exact opposite of what the KKK does. She went on to say, "Everyone is really nice and kind; even if you go to a different type of church, or don't go to church at all, everyone is very decent and kind to one another. It's a neighborhood where you can trust your neighbors to look out for your house if you're not there. So I'm pretty shocked by it."
A spokesman from WJHG/WECP local news tried to reach out to the number on the flier for comment but was met with a recording. The recording by the Knights described the group as a White Separatist Organization and stated that they stand for God, race, nation, family and the United States constitution as it was originally written.
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