Police have broken-up a Ku Klux Klan in America's deep south. Fifty white-robed and hooded?
Police have broken-up a Ku Klux Klan in America's deep south. Fifty white-robed and hooded Klansmen set off on Thursday (9 August) from Selma, Alabama, for a fifty-mile (80 kilometre) five-day march to the state capital at Montgomery. The intended to retrace the steps of thousands of civil rights marchers led by the late Martin Luther King in 1965. The Klansmen whose numbers grew to nearly two hundred by Monday (13 August) were protesting against integration of schools and other facilities. But police stopped them completing the march. NBC's Kenley Jones reports: