Joe Huffington Prison File
Joe Huffington, No. 32527
In 1920, Huffington was chosen by Imperial Wizard William J. Simmons of Atlanta to start an official Indiana chapter of the Ku Klux Klan. The chapter in Indiana became the largest Klan group in the entire country with an estimated two hundred forty thousand people for the Indianapolis chapter alone. During May 1929, Huffington was sentenced to two years after being convicted of violating of the Dyer Act. (taking a stolen car over state lines). He was eligible for parole in less than a year, but his sentence was commuted by President Hoover. His “First Friend” during parole was a judge in Indiana and his listed position was with the American Christian Association in Indiana. He served less than eight months.
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