Leaders blast United Klans of America fliers found in Milford driveways

MILFORD - Gov. Dannel Malloy joined Milford Mayor Ben Blake and other local leaders this afternoon to denounce the distribution of fliers in the area by a white supremacist group.

The fliers claim to be from the United Klans of America, and express desire to form a neighborhood watch.

State and local officials say the fliers are very concerning, and that they are now trying to find out who is behind them.

Milford police say there are legitimate neighborhood watch organizations that work with the department. They say whoever distributed these fliers is not associated with those groups. 

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