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According to testimony in the 2005 murder trial, Killen served as a kleagle, or organizer, of the Klan in Neshoba County and helped set up a klavern, or local Klan group, in a nearby county.
Other homeowners might be more inclined, as is Rake’s good-for-nothing brother-in-law, to pull on their white hoods and attend a meeting of the local Klan klavern in the basement of the Congregational church.
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First Known Use: 1928See Words from the same year
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