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Virgil L. Griffin (C), seen here at a 1982 rally in front of the Raleigh, North Carolina state house, was among nine persons indicted by a Federal Grand Jury 4/21/1983 on charges of conspiring to disrupt an anti-Klan rally which resulted in the deaths of five members of the Communists Workers Party. Griffin was the Grand Dragon or head of the North Carolina chapter of the Invisible Empire, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.
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Members of a Texas chapter of the Ku Klux Klan burn a cross in celebration of the recent Supreme Court decision which said a law banning cross burning was unconstitutional. James Stansfield (L), Imperial Wizard of the Texas Confederate Chapter of the Klan in Channelview, Texas, and Ron Hatless (R), Imperial WIzard of the White Knights chapter out of Trinity, Texas stand under the burning cross 6/27/1992.
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A policeman uses tear gas to contain a crowd of several hundred anti-Ku Klux Klan demonstrators who threw rocks and bottles at police near a small Klan rally 11/27/1982.
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Ku Klux Klan members light a cross during a rally in Cly, Pennsylvania 5/9/1981.
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A burning cross and a noose are stark reminders of the hatred held by the Ku Klux Klan as members burn a cross in celebration of a Supreme Court ruling striking down a state law banning cross burnings 6/27/1992.
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