(Scroll down for video) Anti-Jewish leaflets were thrown in south Florida, by a group who calls itself the “The American Nazi party.”
The flyers had a swastika and images of uniformed Nazi soldiers.
The pamphlets were distributed by a neo-Nazi group based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. They were found on driveways, under car wipers and mailboxes of houses in the Mangowood neighborhood of Palmetto Bay.
It is the second time in two years that leaflets from this organization have been distributed in this neighborhood.
The last time these Nazi flyers were distributed, many people called police, but after an investigation, police said that other than littering charges the white supremacist did nothing wrong.
When Edward McBride, who is listed as the "Commander" of the American Nazi group, was asked about the incident, he said: "We are basically trying to wake people up to the problems that are happening in the country.”
McBride and others in his group believe that Jews and other minority groups are destroying the United States.
The Anti-Defamation League of Florida, does not seem to take the threat to seriously.
“They are a small, white supremacist group,” ADL’s Florida Region Director Hava Holzhauer said.
Haolzhauer also said that the Oklahoma-based organization is a relatively inactive group, but added that bigotry must be exposed and challenged wherever it appears.
“We need to speak out when there’s a message of hate,” Haolzhauer said. “Whether it be through an educational program in schools, writing a letter, or responding to a flyer that’s left in somebody’s driveway,” she said.
This time, instead of police, the U.S. Postal Service is investigating the incident since the group placed the flyers into people’s private mailboxes, which is against the law and is punishable by fines.