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NEW YORK-Joseph Donato a school janitor at John Quincy Adams Elementary School in Deer Park, L.I. was arrested and charged with weapon possession and he admitted to being a KKK member. The New York Daily News reports:

Cops said they were investigating the extent of Donato’s involvement with the KKK – including whether he tried to recruit children to the white supremacist group.

Suffolk County police detectives said they found an Aryan coloring book among the assault rifles, bayonets, swords, nunchakus, ammunition, Nazi flags and a full KKK gown and hood he kept in his bedroom.

“He admitted to us that he is a member of the Ku Klux Klan,” said Detective Lt. James Burke of the Suffolk County district attorney’s squad, adding that Donato kept a photo of Adolf Hitler on his bedroom wall.

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