Dwayne Dixon's decision to bring a semi-automatic rifle and extra ammunition to downtown Durham was a deliberate one, he said.
It was a gun he was comfortable with. It would be visible to law enforcement. And, after hearing white supremacists were on their way, he said, he wanted to be able to defend himself.
"There was a real concern, like real vivid. A kind of tone that I had never heard by citizens of this city," Dixon, 45, said.
Read more here: http://www.heraldsun.com/news/local/counties/durham-county/article171511767.html#storylink=cpyIn 2016, there were 344 charges of going armed to the terror of the people, according to statewide information, Welty said.
Turns out there was no KKK at all, just leftist hysteria that there might be KKK.