Hate: Enter the Ku Klutz Klan

Enter the Ku Klutz Klan

The life of a Jewish klansman is not chopped liver. Jordan Gollub, who was born of Jewish parents in Philadelphia, managed despite that fact to become Grand Dragon of the Virginia chapter of the Christian Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. In 1985 he was dismissed by Virgil Griffin, the self-proclaimed national leader of the anti-black, anti-Semitic hate group. Gollub contends that it was not his Jewish origins that led to his ouster, but an intra-Klan factional dispute. Undeterred, Gollub moved on to Mississippi and snaked his way back into becoming that state's Klan leader. Last week Griffin fired him again,...

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