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Individuals questioned, released after KKK flyers distributed in Eunice

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Flyers passed out within the city of Eunice on Saturday night caught the attention of Eunice police.

Police say KKK flyers were placed onto vehicles in several parking lots and thrown into the driveways in several residential neighborhoods. Some of the neighborhoods where the flyers were distributed were predominantly African American neighborhoods.

Police say the distribution of these propaganda flyers is not against the law and falls into the area of freedom of speech. The individuals were detained and questioned then released after the incident.

Police say the flyers did not have any threats of violence and the persons involved made no threats towards any individuals.

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