Moorestown third Jersey town to report KKK fliers
MOORESTOWN — A woman walking her dog on Monday reported fcoming across a flier believed to be from the Klu Klux Klan.
According to a report from CBS Philly, the flier found matches the description of others found in nearby towns.
Prior to Monday's discovery, the first fliers were found were in Cinnaminson on Sunday, as three or four fliers were found wrapped in plastic sandwich bags. Police Spokesman Lt. Tim Young said at the time that "It almost appears as if they were thrown out of a vehicle," and that there did not appear to be anyone directly targeted by the messages.
The CBS report noted that police in Maple Shade had also been made aware of fliers found in that town as well. In that report, Young said that while the Klan has the right to apply to get a permit to assemble, he did not believe its free speech rights extended to driving down a street and throwing a message out a window.
Anyone with information about the fliers can call the Cinnaminson Police at 856-829-6666.
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