Anonymous Reveals Ku Klux Klan’s Identities: Operation #OpKKK
Anonymous has revealed a list of KKK members in light of the Ferguson protests as part of #OpKKK and a cyberwar against the organization. The ‘de-hooding’ of Ku Klux Klan members has spurred threats and attacks against Anonymous over social media, with @KuKluxKlanUSA stating “You messed with us, now it’s our turn to mess with you.”
The threat comes in response to the campaign Anonymous began online, to name KKK members in the Ferguson and St. Louis area after it was discovered that the KKK members have been distributing fliers. The fliers warn Ferguson protesters of the consequences of a continuation of their fight, stating they have “awakened a sleeping giant,” and that they [KKK] will use “lethal force” against protestors if they continue. The fliers handed out justify the lethal force as a form of “self-defense.”
Anonymous won’t tolerate racism in any form, or the suppression of the right to protest. Many of the names listed are also accompanied by photos of the members without their hoods. One member is a known police officer, while another works in education. An image posted, displays a KKK member standing quietly amongst the Ferguson protestors.
Anonymous will continue to monitor the KKK servers and disrupt their websites. 
The list, accompanied by images, can be found here.
The listed KKK names include:
Heather Michell Michael
Daniel E. Zimmerman
Justin T. King (Police Member)
Gary Burnette (Military Veteran)
Dawn Goddard (Education Co-Ordinator)
Stephen Joseph Henson
Richard Akia Nichols
David Borst (Former Deputy Police Chief)
George Hunnewell (Former Deputy Police Chief)
This article was previously published here.