White Supremacist Makes KKK Snowman on Lawn

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Tis' the season for sleigh bells, holly, good cheer and racist snowmen holding nooses in the front yard. The last one may be exclusive to white separatist Mark Eliseuson of Idaho, who erected a 10-foot Ku Klux Klan snowman on his lawn.

The pointed-hood wearing ice sculpture received complaints from neighbors and parents, considering (a) it's disgusting and (b) it sits right down the street from the local elementary school. Law enforcement visited the Rhodes Scholar on Wednesday.

According to The Daily Mail: "They told Eliseuson he could have been charged with creating a public nuisance and he removed the noose and took off snowman's head. Idaho law defines such a nuisance as anything 'offensive to the senses' or that interferes with the comfort of an entire neighborhood. There is also a state statute against hanging nooses."

Mark Eliseuson's snowman depicted a white hooded figure holding a noose associated with the Klu Klux Klan
A closer view of flags hanging inside his garage. In the summer some flew outside his home

A closer view of flags hanging inside his garage.