State Of Georgia Denies The KKK A Public Highway Sponsorship, Police On High Alert After Murder

| June 19, 2012 | 2 Comments

What year are we in again?.. When the Tony Batman’s A Entertainment News acquired our satellite office in North Georgia we were well aware that things were “different” there than the other places we have set up in, No area is perfect, our South Florida place has it’s problems, when we were in Los Angeles, well thats well documented. Not too long ago we thought it amusing when a wild black bear was running around the city. But now we hear the KKK is prevalent in the area as well, and they might march on the town?  This cold be the last straw for us, as we like to promote peace love and sexiness…… Read Much More Below…..

The Georgia Department of Transportation announced that they are rejecting the KKK’s application to “adopt” a highway in northern Georgia. In their statement they said, “promoting an organization with a history of inciting civil disturbance and social unrest would present a grave concern to the Department.”

Nioshii Wilde, who started the petition, says: “I am really glad to think that the Department of Transportation listened to the residents of Georgia (and Americans everywhere) when they signed my petition asking them to reject the KKK. Every time a new person signed, an email was sent to employees at the DOT — they told me personally they were receiving our messages!”??“ I have decided to leave the petition open, in order to continue showing the DOT that the decision they made was the right one and that the people of Georgia stand behind them.”

CEDARTOWN, Ga. (AP) — Police in Cedartown ordered extra patrols amid fears the Ku Klux Klan would march through the west Georgia city after a recent slaying.

Assistant police Chief Jamie Newsome tells CBS Atlanta that police have been out in force this week.

Newsome says police wanted to send a message to the community that they won’t tolerate violence.

Police say they received numerous calls this week reporting that the KKK was planning a march through the area where Elizabeth Hutcheson, a 27-year-old Domino’s Pizza driver, was killed a week ago while delivering a pizza.

Fox 5 Atlanta reports that Hutcheson, a white woman, was stabbed more than 50 times. Police say they arrested two teenagers, at least one of whom is black.

Cedartown is about 60 miles northwest of Atlanta.

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