The Truth About the Police and the KKK

Posted by admin on December 26, 2015

The Truth About the Police and the KKK

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The Truth About the Police and the KKK

Florida deputy police chief was exposed as a member of the KKK last year, and no criminal wrongdoing was found as he resigned. In September a Louisiana police detective was fired after pictures surfaced of him at a KKK rally giving a Nazi salute. A few months earlier the civil-rights group The Southern Poverty Law Center exposed an Anniston, Alabama, police officer for speaking at a rally of the known hate group League of the South.

While the South has been fertile ground for racial hatred, the KKK has been a staple of hate in the foundation of white supremacy ideology and anti-minority hate groups.

Larissa Moore and four of her law school colleagues performed an investigation of unsolved civil rights murders from 1946 to 1969, under a Syracuse University program. In the a recent article reported by, Larissa More states that:

“If you think about the history with the police department, they were pretty much set up to continue white supremacy,” said Moore, who noted the first black law enforcement officials in Georgia were hired in the mid 1940s.

“We had black officers but they could not arrest white people,” said Moore, who said this illustrated that blacks were still inferior in the eyes of the law. Also, she says that in her research, one of the KKK’s first directives was to infiltrate the police department—“because the laws don’t apply to them if they are the law.”

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It is important we stay vigilant on this subject, especially since 2015 showed us a theme of hatred, beginning with the countless killings of innocent black men at the hands of police, and coming to a cryptic escalation with the Black Church massacre in South Carolina. We must fight hate with love in order to change the ways of the wicked.


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