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hello.. My name is andy Field. I stumbled upon your blog while trying to gather info on the KKK robe auction. I am an activist with the group Direct Action! in lansing. And my comrades and I are trying to figure out if we should come there to protest or not or if there is somethingmore we can do. We were wondering if you could tell us anything about this Mr Gray.. what are his political ideas, is he in the Clan? I mean there is no way that it was any sort of cuincidence that he chose to have this auction on MLK day.. And I dont care.. ANYONE who auctions something like that off and doesnt destroy it and spit on it, is a practicing racist! But Im curious about his ties. if any..

What kind of buisness does he run? does he have a family? are they all white supremisists? any info you can give us would be wonderful..

I enjoyed reading your blog.



oh and one more thing.. What time is this auction on sat? and where?


ps my email is [email protected]

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