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Hackers reportedly release names of KKK members; Mayor Paul Fraim appears on list

Norfolk, Va. – Norfolk Mayor Paul Fraim and other politicians around the country are pushing back claims that they are a part of the hate group, the KKK after a hacker group allegedly released the names and personal information of some members. 

According to USA Today, the Anonymous group released information outing members of the KKK. 

A data dump started to hit a site called PasteBin on Sunday. 

By Monday, four listings had been released which included 57 phone numbers and 23 email addresses. They also included the spouses of the alleged KKK members. 

Click here to read more on USAtoday.com.

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