Hate-filled newsletters ended up on some South Jersey driveways recently -- now the state wants to know who left the hate.
Several people complained about the newsletters popping up in Tabernacle, N.J.
The newsletter -- called the "Klansmen's Voice" -- claims to be written by local members of the Ku Klux Klan. The four-page newsletter was wrapped in plastic and began appearing on driveways in the Burlington County town a couple of weeks back.
The hateful KKK newsletter questions the accuracy of Black History and cites crime statistics that claim minorities are more violent than whites.
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Legislators from the eighth Legislative District asked the New Jersey Attorney General to look into whether this is a case of hate speech and if resident's property rights are being violated.
Whoever left the publications remained unknown as of Monday night.