The Ku Klux Klan is making its presence known in a South Carolina Town.
One Seneca resident says she was on her way to church when she ran over a bag of information in her driveway.
The bag contained several pieces of candy and information on how to join the KKK. The same bags were found in every driveway on her street.
Klan Leader Robert Jones says the organization shouldn't be seen as a hate group, but rather as a civil rights organization, fighting for the country that's been taken from them.
Jones says his group will continue to fight for equal rights for whites. He says the neighborhood shouldn't live in fear.
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