Would you sleep well if White Supremacists were patrolling your neighborhood?
Des Moines dotted with fliers from white supremacist group
It's literature from a white supremacist group called United Klans of America, which was once one the largest and most violent Ku Klux Klan organizations in the United States.
"I don't know any other (words) to say," said neighbor Steve Revis. "But I'd like to catch somebody like this and beat the hell out of 'em."
The message says "Neighborhood Watch…You can sleep well tonight knowing the UKA is awake."
Neighbors here's aren't happy about it.
"I wanted to pick them all up," Revis said. "I don't want our neighbors to know anybody here would think that way."
A call to the number printed on the literature gave a recorded message that you had reached the National Director of Aryan Nation and to leave a message.
Neighbors want to counter with a powerful message.
"It's disheartening, Revis said. "People don't need to be treated this way."
It happened in Milford Conn as well