An Oklahoma woman traveled to Covington, Louisiana to join a KKK group known as the “Dixie Brotherhood.” When she decided at the last minute to back out, the racists allegedly murdered her and burned her belongings. She was found under brush along the roadside and the leaders arrested including clan leader, Raymond “Chuck” Foster, 44.
Putting aside the homicidal intent, it is curious that these throwbacks would go through the trouble of burning the victim’s belonging but then dump the body itself along the roadside. Then again, as St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Jack Strain, “The IQ level of this group is not impressive, to be kind.”
The woman was supposed to be participate in a ritual and then recruit others in Oklahoma. A fight broke out when she asked to be taken back to town. In addition to Foster who faces second-degree murder, seven others — five men and two women ages 20 to 30 — were charged with obstruction of justice.
Among the evidence found at the site were several flags and six Klan robes, some emblazoned with patches reading “KKK LIFE MEMBER” or “KKK SECURITY Enforcement.”