Flyers bearing the name of the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan were anonymously circulated Sunday through two Killeen neighborhoods, according to residents.

Robyn Braithwaite, a resident of the Lake Crest neighborhood, said two flyers were placed inside Ziploc plastic bags with rocks outside of homes after 9 p.m. Sunday. | 254-501-7567

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I'm a veteran. It's a slap in the face to have a memorial to traitors.


This is the personal opinion of this writer.

I need to ask this newspaper 'why it is that the news is so slanted towards the politically correct that honest news reporting is a thing of the past.

Why do you see the importance of 'reporting something about the KKK and a bunch of telephone numbers scattered across the U.S. and don't see the importance of for 3 days now and starting a 4th, 'nothing is even mentioned about the rioting in St. Louis, Mo'. Not even an honorable mention.
I've seen on the national news a black woman is saying that, and I have to paraphrase here, 'that they will continue to 'riot' each and every day'.

Now is that progress???? Is that the future of the United States, to riot, break things, loot and steal and in general cause damage???? Is that the 'future you seek'????

I certainly hope not. Think about what this is doing to 'one of the greatest country's this world has ever seen' and,' do you want to work and change it'.

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