A Black Couple Found A KKK Application In The White Cop's Home They Were About To Buy

A Black Couple Found A KKK Application In The White Cop's Home They Were About To Buy

"I feel sick to my stomach knowing that I walk to the home of one of the most racist people in Muskegon hiding behind his uniform and possibly harassing people of color and different nationalities."

A Facebook post by a Muskegon black man is going viral because it elaborates the horrific experience he and his wife had encountered when they were looking around a property they decided to buy.



 

According to a report in MLive, Rob Marthis and his wife Reyna were all set to buy a five-bedroom house in the small township of Holton, Michi. Strolling through the house that belonged to a police officer, Marthis spotted not one but two Confederate flags in the garage.

On reaching one of the bedrooms upstairs, they laid their hands on an age-old document that was an application to the Ku Klux Klan. 

"I said, 'Oh my God, let's go and get out of here right now," said Mathis, an Army veteran, in an interview with WZZM. "I feel sick to my stomach knowing that I walk to the home of one of the most racist people in Muskegon hiding behind his uniform and possibly harassing people of color and different nationalities," Mathis wrote in a Facebook post late Wednesday.

The Muskegon police officer, Charles Anderson, has been put on administrative leave while investigation for having found racist memorabilia in his home is under process.

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