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The US does not have British-style laws declaring that certain speech or activity constitutes illegal incitement to racial hatred. Without evidence of plots to do harm the Ku Klux Klan is permitted and not officially a terrorist organisation.


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Kevin Benton, a spokesman for the Rhome sheriff’s office, said the town had not seen anything like it since the 1990s and while the leaflets were not illegal, they caused concern.

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Similar leaflets were distributed in the small town of Rhome, near Dallas, Texas, in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania and in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois.

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Leaflets distributed in the Louisiana town of Eunice over the weekend read: “Neighbourhood Watch!!! The law abiding citizens of your community can sleep in peace knowing the Klan is awake! The KKK wants you.” It was signed the “Loyal White Knights”.

The Ku Klux Klan is a hate group

In a report earlier last year the Southern Poverty Law Centre, a US civil rights research and campaign group, found that there were 1,360 right-wing, self-styled patriot groups in the US and, in addition, around 1,000 specific hate groups - a rise in total of more than 800 percent in the number of such groups since 2008, when Mr Obama was elected.

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The Klan and its latest campaign are legal under the US’s strong constitutional right to free speech. The white supremacy group, which aims to oust Mr Obama and stem immigration, is also against interracial marriage and homosexuality. In their contemporary guise, Klan leaders promote non-violent defence of whites “in the race war against us”, according to one website.

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The leaflets depict the outline of a hooded figure in white robes with Klan insignia pointing at the reader in the style of traditional military recruiting posters, complete with phone numbers and websites.