Black People Politics : Anonymous Publishes List Claiming To Identify Hundreds Of Ku Klux Klan Members

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A group of activists that calls itself Anonymous has published a list of over 400 names of people it claims are members of the Ku Klux Klan. The list, which has yet to be verified, was published on text-sharing website Pastebin on Thursday after the group says it gained access to a Twitter account related to the white supremacist group.

The list was published as part of a campaign known as Operation KKK and was posted by the official Twitter account through which the campaign has been coordinated since last year. The group initially claimed the list was going to comprise of names of 1,000 individuals but they removed some names to carry out further investigations.

In a statement accompanying the list, the group said: "We hope Operation KKK will, in part, spark a bit of constructive dialogue about race, racism, racial terror and freedom of expression, across group lines. Public discourse about these topics can be honest, messy, snarky, offensive, humbling, infuriating, productive, and serious all at once. The reality is that racism usually does NOT wear a hood but it does permeate our culture on every level."

The group says that information about those on the list was gathered over a 12-month period, with the group claiming the KKK is made up of 150 active cells operating in 41 states, with membership concentrated in both the South and the Midwest. The Anonymous members who put together the list say it was gathered using "human intelligence data collection strategies" which consisted of interviewing expert sources as well as carrying out covert operations.

The names of those Anonymous claims are members of the KKK are listed in alphabetical order with links to social media accounts as well as some other identifying information, such as location, family members and what businesses they operate. Some of the names on the list are tagged as "Alias" which the group says are confirmed aliases used by members of the KKK.

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The 5th Of November: Guy Fawkes Bonfire Night, New KKK List From Anonymous — What Will Happen November 5th?

Remember, remember, the 5th of November. That’s the refrain that’s sending the “5th of November” to the top of the trending lists on Twitter. But what exactly is all the fuss about the “5th of November,” and how is Guy Fawkes and Anonymous hacktivists related to the date? First off, November 5 is the day that the Anonymous group has pledged to reveal the real list of KKK members unmasked, unlike the previous list of alleged KKK members that was released on Pastebin and widely refuted prior to November 5.

As of this writing, the
5th of November topic has garnered 16,500 tweets about the trend, according to Twitter. According to several Anonymous news-related Twitter accounts, the outing of 1,000 KKK members will happen on November 5.

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http://www.inquisitr.com/2543332/th...will-happen-november-5th/#H6GKsb2RLAdJ7QlH.99
 

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