Category Archives: KKK

BRIEF: Anonymous Leaks Alleged KKK Membership List as Marches Occur Worldwide

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(APN) ATLANTA — On November 05, 2015, @OperationKKK, a Twitter account allegedly associated with the group, Anonymous, leaked an alleged list of members associated with the  Ku Klux Klan information.   On the same date, millions across the planet took to the streets wearing Guy Fawkes masks to protest censorship, government corruption, police brutality, and crony capitalism.   […]

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Anonymous Disclaims Earlier Postings in its Name, Says Real Posts Yet to Come

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(APN) ATLANTA — In a curious turn of events, the hacker group, Operation KKK, which claims to be affiliated with Anonymous, appears to have disclaimed that it is behind the recent Internet postings regarding purported members of the Ku Klux Klan in U.S. government positions.   At 1:13pm on Sunday, November 01, 2015, the Twitter account @YourAnonNews–which identifies itself as […]

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BREAKING: U.S. Sen. Isakson Denies Claim of KKK Membership by Anonymous (UPDATE 1)


With additional reporting by Gloria Tatum.   (APN) ATLANTA — Anonymous, a group of online hackers, has posted what they claim to be a list of members of the Ku Klux Klan.   The list includes several elected officials, including four U.S. Senators, with Georgia’s U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-GA) making the list.   In November 2014, Anonymous had promised […]

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Stone Mountain’s Neo-Confederates Target Anti-Racist Activists Online

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(APN) ATLANTA — Two groups involved in a recent pro-Confederate flag rally appear to have threateningly targeted counter-demonstrators online.   The counter protesters included Aurielle Marie Lucier, Tommy DiMassimo, Ariella Riapos, and Lucas Javier Valderranna.  Their activities were recorded by photographer Steve Eberhardt.   The groups had posted on their Facebook pages the names, background information, and contact information of […]

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Former U.S. Rep. McKinney Completes PhD, Studied COINTELPRO


(APN) ATLANTA — Former U.S. Rep. Cynthia McKinney (D-GA) has completed her PhD in Leadership and Change at Antioch University in Yellow Springs, Ohio.   Much of her studies, including her dissertation, have been focused on the COINTELPRO program, the U.S. government’s counter-intelligence program.   “It’s been a tough road, but I made it.  I’ve been in many different PhD […]

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KKK Flyers Distributed, Man Arrested during Selma 50th Anniversary

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Photograph of crowd by Gloria Tatum; photograph of flyer courtesy of Junia Joseph. (APN) SELMA, Alabama — During the March 07 and 08, 2015 weekend events commemorating the 50th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday” in Selma, Alabama, where President Barack Obama and other dignitaries honored the sacrifices of civil rights leaders, a hateful force was emerging again in the back streets […]

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Black Lives Matter “Reclaims MLK” with Powerful Parade Takeover

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(APN) ATLANTA — On Monday, January 20, 2015, Atlanta’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Day parade was imbued with a spirit of resistance this year, as local members of the Black Lives Matter network took action to “Reclaim MLK.”   As protests have continued nationwide, in response to heightened awareness surrounding police murder of young people of color, community leaders […]

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Woman Arrested at Nazi, KKK Counter-protest for Profanity on Protest Sign

(APN) ATLANTA — As Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan rallied at the Georgia State Capitol, and as Anonymous and anti-fascist counter-protesters clashed with them from across the street, one young female counter-protester was arrested for having the word “F*CK” on her protest sign. The National Socialist Movement (NSM), a White supremacist party, was in Atlanta to hold their annual […]

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Governor Deal Poised to Sign Divisive Immigration Bill in Georgia

(APN) ATLANTA — Governor Nathan Deal is poised to sign the controversial racial profiling immigration bill, HB 87, into law.  He has until May 24, 2011, to sign or veto the bill before it automatically becomes law, that is, forty days since it was passed by the legislature. Deal is in a bit of a bind because Georgia Republicans are […]

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