By Ann Brown
A Black couple was recently house hunting in a small Michigan town and one of the houses they toured with a real estate agent was adorned with KKK memorabilia. Horrifying enough, but the house turned out to be owned by a Michigan policeman, who is white.
Rod Mathis, the potential buyer, posted photos of the KKK artifacts that included Confederate flags and a framed, yellowing application to the Ku Klux Klan on social media and now the officer, Charles Anderson, is under internal investigation.
“I immediately stopped my walk-through and informed the Realtor that I am not writing an offer on this home and I am leaving now,” Mathis wrote. “To the officer, I know who you are and I will be looking at resources to expose your prejudice.”
The five-bedroom home is in Holton, Michigan, a small town of fewer than 3,000 people.
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