In Atlanta, Georgia, a black woman faces eight counts of communicating terroristic threats after leaving letters in mailboxes that threatened violence and bombing of homes from a supposedly white KKK member.
After the lengthy investigation, Terresha Lucas has been identified as the prime suspect in the violent threats; authorities expect her to turn herself in. Community members first found the hateful messages in December 2020.
In the letters, the author was described as a six-foot-tall white male with a long beard and a Ku Klux Klan member who believed those threatened did not belong in Douglasville.
The alleged hate hoaxter was caught through investigations noted by detectives Andre Futch and Nathan Shumaker. Using “Good old-fashioned police work” along with using doorbell patterns and handwriting analysis were utilized. The letters circulated through Douglasville from December to March, then in September, they began again. The latest round of notes led to the charges against Lucas after new evidence was obtained through a search warrant issued around Labor Day.
The Ku Klux Klan was infamous for violence against black people in the south during Reconstruction; however, it has since become extinct. The Left occasionally uses it as a supposed “hate group” that is powerful and dangerous, consisting of just a handful of individuals.
If Lucas is guilty of the crime, it will be another example of Jessie Smollett – style hate hoax, which continues to expand across the United States.