White nationalist posters removed in St. Joseph

ST. JOSEPH, Minn. (AP) — Police in St. Joseph have removed some white nationalist posters put up along main roads in the city.

Residents report seeing at least a dozen posters displayed prominently on utility poles Wednesday, including some that said “Unapoligetically White,” misspelling the word unapologetically. Similar posters have been seen recently in St. Cloud.

St. Joseph Police Chief Joel Klein says signs are not allowed on power poles or in the right of way, so officers have removed them. The St. Cloud Times says the posters had a logo and the name of a group called St. Cloud State White Student Union.

St. Cloud State University spokesman Adam Hammer says the group is not a registered student organization, nor has there been any attempt by the group to register.

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Information from: St. Cloud Times, http://www.sctimes.com

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