2008_11_kkk.jpgIf you're a collector of KKK literature, Suffolk County has just been a bounty for you lately. For the third time in a month, the Klan has left some free periodicals--this time six-page pamphlets on terraces and driveways in Islip Terrace. The newsletter, known as The Klansmen's Voice, did not sound particularly controversial, calling on readers to "buy American" and inviting them to subscribe annually by sending a check to a Michigan PO Box. Since the flyering didn't occur on unsolicited automobiles, it is covered under the first amendment and not illegal. Elsewhere on Long Island this week, a murder case against Patchogue teenagers was charged as a hate crime and racist graffiti turned up on car windshields in Mastic.