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Victims: Former KKK member who became a Catholic priest never apologized for cross-burning incident

The African American family who says former Ku Klux Klan member William Aitcheson burned a cross in front of their Maryland home 40 years ago speaks out.

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Victims: Former KKK member who became a Catholic priest never apologized for cross-burning incident

The African American family who says former Ku Klux Klan member William Aitcheson burned a cross in front of their Maryland home 40 years ago speaks out.

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The African American family who says former Ku Klux Klan member William Aitcheson burned a cross in front of their Maryland home 40 years ago speaks out.

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Victims: Former KKK member who became a Catholic priest never apologized for cross-burning incident

The African American family who says former Ku Klux Klan member William Aitcheson burned a cross in front of their Maryland home 40 years ago speaks out.

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