‘Pro-Nazi’ flyers left outside Abilene homes on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

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(Photo from KTAB, KRBC, BigCountryHomepage.com)

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) — Several flyers containing ‘pro-Nazi’ propaganda were left outside homes in Abilene overnight.

Police say the flyers were placed at several homes by 14First the Foundation – a group out of Spokane, Washington. They describe themselves as a “pro-white” organization “fighting for the white race.”

The flyers circulated around one northeast neighborhood Monday included a picture of a swastika, as well as text attacking Martin Luther King, Jr. and President-elect Joe Biden.

A social media post from police says that, “although this material could be troubling to citizens, you should simply throw it away.”

However, anyone who is aware of a specific threat is asked to contact the Abilene Police Department at (325) 673-8331.

(Information from BigCountryHomepage.com)

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