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US mayors, senators deny KKK ties after being allegedly outed by Anonymous leak — RT USA

7.11.15

US mayors, senators deny KKK ties after being allegedly outed by Anonymous leak — RT USA: Four US Senators and five mayors found their names sitting next to other KKK members when the list was leaked on Sunday, six days before the Anonymous group planned to start its “Operation KKK.”

The aim of this operation is nothing more than cyber warfare. #OpKKK is not violent.
— Operation KKK (@Operation_KKK) October 29, 2015

Nevertheless, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero, Norfolk Mayor Paul Fraim, Ocala Mayor Kent Guinn, and Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry rushed to deny any connection to the white supremacist group. The politicians immediately took to Twitter and Facebook to distance themselves from the KKK, labeling the allegations as “completely false,”“garbage,” and “baseless.”

Mayor Jim Gray from Kentucky wrote on Twitter that he had “no idea where this information came from,” but regardless of its source, he said it was “wrong.”


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