Members of British K. K. K. Go on Trial; Planned Anti-jewish Action
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Members of British K. K. K. Go on Trial; Planned Anti-jewish Action

Six men and two women members of the British Ku Klux Klan pleaded innocent today to charges of illegal wearing of uniforms at a public meeting at which they were reportedly told that the goal of the group was to “rid Britain of Jewish control.”

The prosecutor also told the court about a list of British leaders, including Labor leader and Minister Mrs. Barbara Castle and the Jewish wife of Labor Leader George Brown, of whom the movement planned to get rid.