KKK flier distributed in neighborhood

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BENTONVILLE, Ak. — A Bentonville woman called authorities and said she and several of her neighbors received Ku Klux Klan (KKK) propaganda on their doorsteps on Friday morning, authorities say.

The letter identifies the KKK as a Christian organization and is addressed to “ladies,” according to KFSM.

It asks the “ladies of America” if they’re tired of:

The liberal public school systems teaching children that being a homosexual is a normal way of life
Other non-Christian teachings and the absence of voluntary prayer in our schools
Drug dealers trying to make addicts of our youth
And more
The letter closes by leaving a phone number for people to call if they’re interested in joining.

The Bentonville Hazmat team, the Bentonville Police Department and the Bentonville Fire Department came to the neighborhood at Holly Drive and Northwest A Street in response to the propaganda, officials say.

In addition to the letter, the woman said suspicious bags containing a mysterious liquid were found.

Authorities tested the bags for pH and toxic chemicals, but all the tests came back clear.

It is unknown at this time if the Bentonville Police Department is going to investigate the situation further.

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