Anonymous releases list of 1,000 alleged KKK members, saying some are ‘dangerous, sociopathic’

Friday, November 6, 2015
By Paul Martin
6 Nov, 2015

Activists from the Anonymous group have released a list of about 1,000 alleged Ku Klux Klan (KKK) sympathizers on the internet. The group said the data dump was a “form of resistance against the violence and intimidation tactics” used by members of KKK groups throughout history.

According to the hacktivist group, it began compiling the list about 11 months ago, following the killing of Michael Brown, the 18-year-old African American fatally shot by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, last August.

Last year the KKK pledged to use “deadly force” against those protesting the killing of the teen.

Anonymous said it had collected data for its so-called “Operation KKK” through a range of ways, using publicly available information, “interviewing expert sources” and resorting to covert, “digital espionage.”

“Members often told on themselves to us about their connections with the KKK during various chat conversations we had with Klan members and affiliates throughout the course of our operation. You never know who you are talking to on the internet,” the group said.

The activists said the list features “official members of various KKK groups throughout the United States as well as their closest associates (most are also in other extremist hate groups).” Among the names mentioned in the document is Frazier Glenn Miller, the white supremacist who killed three people at a Jewish community center in Kansas City. In late August, the former “Grand Dragon” of the Carolina Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, 74-year-old Miller was convicted of capital murder. During his trial, he admitted to killing 14-year old Reat Underwood, his grandfather William Corporon, 69, and Terri LaManno, 53, in April 2014.

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