KKK flier left at family's Orange County home

Sheriff's Office investigating incident as threat

Published On: May 16 2013 06:40:52 AM EDT   Updated On: May 16 2013 03:26:19 PM EDT
BITHLO, Fla. -

A Ku Klux Klan flier was placed on the doorstep of an African-American family's Orange County home, and the Sheriff's Office says it's treating the incident as a threat.

The family found the flyer outside their home in the Cypress Lakes area off Chuluota Road, north of State Road 50 near Bithlo. 

The flier said that white people will become a minority race in the coming years.

The family says they're scared because they were the only ones targeted in the area by the group, which is called the Fort Christmas Knights KKK.

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