Ku Klux Klansmen circle a flaming cross at a KKK rally near Lincolnton, N.C. in late 1979 shortly after a Greensboro shootout between members of the KKK and American Nazi Party and members of the Communist Workers' Party. Four members of the CWP and one other person were killed and 10 people were wounded. At least two of the Klansmen charged in the shooting attended this rally.
Ku Klux Klansmen circle a flaming cross at a KKK rally near Lincolnton, N.C. in late 1979 shortly after a Greensboro shootout between members of the KKK and American Nazi Party and members of the Communist Workers' Party. Four members of the CWP and one other person were killed and 10 people were wounded. At least two of the Klansmen charged in the shooting attended this rally. Scott Sharpe News & Observer file photo
Ku Klux Klansmen circle a flaming cross at a KKK rally near Lincolnton, N.C. in late 1979 shortly after a Greensboro shootout between members of the KKK and American Nazi Party and members of the Communist Workers' Party. Four members of the CWP and one other person were killed and 10 people were wounded. At least two of the Klansmen charged in the shooting attended this rally. Scott Sharpe News & Observer file photo

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