Miss. firefighter 'regrets' KKK flag Facebook post
Firefighter: "All I can ask is just please forgive me. I was wrong for my actions and it will not happen again."
WMC Action News 5
RICHLAND, Miss. — A Reserve Richland firefighter and AMR service technician is on administrative leave as of Tuesday afternoon, after a controversial Facebook post.
Dewayne Hall, who volunteers for Richland Fire, Cleary Fire and works part time for AMR says he regrets making the post that shows the KKK flag. A statement above it reads: “White power will never die.”
Hall said he made the post in response to the controversy surrounding the Mississippi state flag.