KKK flyers distributed in Virginia neighborhoods

Posted at 6:56 PM, Nov 05, 2012

COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA (WTVR) - People living in the northern part of Colonial Heights found Ku Klux Klan flyers at their door step Sunday and Monday morning.

Colonial Heights Police are aware of the flyers found off Conduit Road near the high school.

In September we reported similar flyers found in the Brandermill subdivision in Chesterfield County.

The message was a call for white supremacy, and was signed by the “KKK” with a Powhatan P.O. Box address.

One sheet claimed that in future years there will be a ‘white minority’ in the U.S. and urged residents not to stand aside and tolerate such a development.

One neighbor, who wished to remain anonymous said that finding the papers was a shock.

“I lived through the days of the Klan,” she said nervously.Just like the days of old, the flyers came in the middle of the night, with no witnesses to see who was behind the distribution.

Another resident, Robert Graves, said “I think it is a bunch of crap, cause everybody could live in Peace and Harmony, be honest.”

“…I mean, you know, I guess they have a voice and a vieiw and not the same views as myself or people I know,” said resident Kolin Ritchie.

A Goochland resident also reported that the flyers were distributed around the same time period in her neighborhood, in the opposite direction of Colonial Heights.

She claims that the flyers were distributed in the vicinity of the new Goochland High School, near Dogtown Road and Rt. 614.