Dan Krieger’s excellent column headlined “KKK writes ugly chapter in county’s history” (May 15) struck a chord with us here in Nipomo, where we’re still awaiting the apprehension of a suspect in the arson/torching of migrant farmworker housing in April.
Meanwhile, half a mile from the crime, two Nazi SS thunderbolts (white-supremacist symbols) continue to be plastered on two telephone poles on Juniper Street.
Pat Sullivan, Nipomo
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