"I want to thank our local law enforcement and Chief Anthony Cobb for their swift investigation of this matter and for communicating with the NAACP about this awful propaganda. Fortunately we learned it was a hoax. More importantly the people of our community are safe. It was terrible to hear the people listed on the flyer could be victims of a crime. It is unfortunate there are people who would stoop to these low levels to disrupt the lives of people and to insight fear and hate among our residents. I am thankful once again to our law enforcement for their professional rapid response to what could have been a much more serious matter of concern for many of our residents and especially for our people of color."
The team describes the movie plot as chronicling a former Klan member who goes undercover in 1946 Atlanta and works with the Anti-Defamation League and the producer of the Superman radio show. “Fighting the forces of evil with brain over brawn, artists taking down bullies and the power of a good piece of content, it’s a real case of truth being cooler than fiction,” said producer Marc Rosen. “We’re excited to develop the thriller elements of the film in the vein of The Departed and Mississippi Burning .”
Six Confederate veterans from Pulaski, Tennessee created the original Ku Klux Klan on December 24, 1865, during the Reconstruction of the South after the Civil War .   The name was formed by combining the Greek kyklos ( κύκλος , circle ) with clan .  The group was known for a short time as the "Kuklux Clan". The Ku Klux Klan was one of a number of secret, oath-bound organizations using violence, which included the Southern Cross in New Orleans (1865) and the Knights of the White Camelia (1867) in Louisiana .