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Racist flyers distributed in Spokane Valley

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SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - Numerous Spokane Valley residents awoke Monday to find racist literature in their driveways or on their lawns. Someone drove through neighborhoods overnight tossing the literature from a moving vehicle.

The literature was "basically an application" to join a hate group, a Spokane Valley patrol sergeant said Monday afternoon. 

No specific group was targeted by the flyers which were tucked into a baggie and weighted with a rock so they could be tossed.

 

Similar flyers have been found  on lawns in Cd'A
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Anyone with information about the litterer is encouraged to call Crime Check at 456-2233.

Similar flyers have recently been discovered on front lawns in North Idaho.

Previous Coverage

Coeur d'Alene police have given three men tickets for littering after racist fliers were found in yards around town.

The police have been getting complaints of Aryan Nations literature strewn across yards and porches for several months. Sgt. Bill Tilson says that 45-year-old Paul Mullet and 27-year-old Kevin McGurre were given misdemeanor citations for littering, and 31-year-old Todd Weston was given a citation for aiding a misdemeanor in connection with the fliers on Saturday evening.>>More

 

 

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