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KKK In Ferguson? Ku Klux Klan Allegedly Burned Church For Supporting The Michael Brown Family

Are there KKK in Ferguson? Supporters of the Michael Brown family believe it’s possible the Ku Klux Klan burned a church in retaliation for supporting the family in the lead up to the Darren Wilson trial.

In a related report by the Inquisitr, the hacker group Anonymous has vowed to link the alleged KKK in Ferguson to police officer Darren Wilson. The alleged KKK in Ferguson have threatened that any Anonymous mask-wearing “n****r lovers” will be strung up “next to chimps.” While the Ferguson riots have devastated the town, the fight online between the KKK and Anonymous has extended, and the hackers released more personal info about the Ku Klux Klan members.

Following the recent verdict, Darren Wilson has said he is sorry for the loss of life caused when he shot Michael Brown, but he believes he has a clear conscience because he said he followed police procedures properly.

“The reason I have a clean conscience is because I know I did my job right,” he said.

While the police officer says his conscience is clear, he also said he understands the grief of Michael Brown’s family. He does not believe he would have done anything different if Brown had been white, and he does not think the shooting will haunt him for the rest of his life.

“I don’t think it’s a haunting. I think it’s always going to be something that happened,” Wilson said according to NewsMax.

Unfortunately, it’s claimed the KKK in Ferguson intend on haunting the town. Before the verdict was announced, it was believed that several Ku Klux Klan members attended rallies in support of Darren Wilson.

Federal authorities with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are now investigating a suspected arson at a church where Michael Brown’s father was baptized recently. Flood Christian Church was burned in the same time period when other businesses within the city were set ablaze, but since the church is located in a part of town where other structures were left untouched, the church members believe it’s possible the alleged KKK in Ferguson are responsible for the act.

“The police called me and told me the church was on fire,” the Rev. Carlton Lee said according to NBC News. “I was in complete disbelief. I didn’t think anyone would set a church on fire. I feel like one of my children has died. I put my blood, my sweat, my tears into this church, getting this church built from the ground up. To see that it was taken down in a few minutes is really heartbreaking. Sunday, we do the baptism, Monday, the church is one fire.”

Michael Brown Sr. has already pledged to help rebuild the church. Although it’s possible the Ferguson riots could have targeted the church, Rev. Lee believes that idea “just doesn’t add up,” and instead blames the alleged KKK in Ferguson.