The Ku Klux Klan got the Anonymous treatment over the weekend after they threatened protestors in Ferguson, Mo. with "lethal force." In response, the online hacker group donned their digital cape, took over the group's twitter account and posted an image of a Klansman hanging from a noose. Then the doxxing began.
Let's talk about the Ku Klux Klan. Or rather, let's talk about the Ku Klux Klan(s), because at this point, there are dozens of them, a motley heap of warring splinter groups who these days seem mainly occupied with bickering with one another, accusing each other of being FBI agents (as many probably are), and…
Democratic representative Cherie Buckner-Webb is the only black elected official in the state of Idaho, and so when a hand-addressed envelope containing an application for Ku Klux Klan membership arrived at her house, she was understandably annoyed. And confused.
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