December 28, 1992 |
A cross erected by the Ku Klux Klan in a Cincinnati square was toppled in the fourth attack during the past week, police said. Ron Lee, vice president of the U.S. Knights of the Klan, said his group plans to sue the city for failing to protect the cross. A man who knocked down the 10-foot wooden cross was cited for disorderly conduct, Sgt. Pete Fisher said. The cross remained on the ground until four men erected a new one that is reinforced with steel, Lee said.