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Resource ID: #13670
Subject: Hate Groups
Source: Advertiser (Lafayette, La.)
Date: 1996-12-20



The Daily Advertiser investigates self-styled Klansman Darrell Flinn, who gained national exposure after an arrest related to his public access TV show "The Klan in Akadiana". Flinn describes himself as a minister, an adherent of a religious philosophy that forbids interracial romance, a promoter of "white pride," an advocate of non-violent methods to fight reverse discrimination, a man who upholds family values. But the series revealed Flinn abused his ex-wife, shared an apartment with a black woman and failed to pay child support for two of his children. (Dec. 17-20, 1996)

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