A white man who says he is a member of the KKK has been charged with harassment after a video shows him spraying water on a 14-year-old black teen.
Glen Nicodemus, 59, was arraigned Wednesday and released on his own recognizance, according to CBS affiliate WROC-TV.
The boy’s mother, Christina Poles, contacted the police when the video surfaced of the incident that took place in East Rochester.
In the video, Poles’ son and the man later identified as Nicodemus are seen arguing in the front of his home. The man can be heard warning the teen that he “shouldn’t be f—–g with the klan” before calling him the n-word.
Moments later, the man is shown grabbing his garden hose and dousing the teen as he leaves with his friends.
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