In Hartford last year, more than 40 gravestones were turned over and vandalized in a Jewish cemetery. In late June, a man hung a Nazi flag outside his Stratford home. Last week, fliers were passed around Milford reading, “You can sleep well tonight knowing the [United Klans of America] are awake.”

These incidents, among many others, were reported to the Connecticut chapter of the Anti-Defamation League.

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