Michigan Officer Under Investigation After KKK Document Found in Home

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A police officer from Michigan has been placed on administrative leave after potential homebuyers found items associated with white supremacy during a tour of the house.

Robert and Reyna Mathis, a couple, told WOOD-TV they were touring Officer Charles Anderson’s home on August 7 in Muskegon, Michigan with their real estate agent. When they entered the home, they saw Confederate flags and an application for the Ku Klux Klan framed on the wall. 

“There’s just this one plaque on the wall, so I walk over to the wall and take a closer look, it said it was a KKK application,” Robert Mathis told the news station. “I said, ‘I want to get out [of] here right now.’”

“To know that I was walking around on property associated with some type of racism, some type of hate, when I got outside I felt like I needed to be dipped in…

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