White supremacist group leave flyers in Arlington neighborhood

Members of a white supremacist group decided to spread their message in a North Arlington neighborhood.

Residents in one neighborhood came home Tuesday to flyers calling for residents to report illegal immigrants on their lawns. Some say they saw a group of young men in a white pickup truck driving from house to house throwing the flyers in baggies weighted by rocks. Arlington police are investigating.

The flyers read, "Keep America American. Report any and all illegal aliens. They are not immigrants. They are criminals."

Some neighbors say they saw a group of people in a pickup tossing the flyers earlier in the day.

"The flyer went straight out in the trash,” said resident Flo Walzer.

No matter their opinions on immigration, all the neighbors who spoke to FOX 4 found the flyers offensive.

"I think you need to come in the country legally, but I don't think you should be throwing something in somebody's driveway and influence forcefully your opinion,” said resident Aaron Cox. “It's radical. It’s a hate group.”

The flyers include the website of the white nationalist group that boasts on its Twitter feed of doing the same thing in cities across the country.

"We're not asking for somebody's opinion. It's not a conversation,” said resident Eli Gross. “It's more littering is the way I look at it."

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