neighborhood watch

The Ku Klux Klan, those cuddly guys in white hoods and burning crosses, want to show they’re more than just a White Supremacist group. The KKK are rebranding themselves in a town in Pennsylvania, and have started a neighborhood watch program to respond to a rash of break-ins.

The neighborhood watch strikes again. Two brothers, patrolling their Orthodox Jewish neighborhood are facing charges for beating a 15-year-old black teenager in Baltimore two years ago, and are headed to trial beginning today (April 23). Eliyahu and Avi Werdesheim, worked as neighborhood watch volunteers and have—like George Zimmerman—claimed self-defense, as the motive behind the vicious beating.