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Houston Area Neighborhoods Littered with Hitler Fliers

Several Houston area neighborhood found dozens of antisemitic pamphlets on residents’ driveway on Sunday forcing two mothers to take action and clean up the hundreds of flyers.

Stacie Brady said at about 11:51 p.m. Saturday night, her home surveillance video showed a vehicle with someone throwing plastic bags with rocks and a piece of paper inside. The flyer had antisemitic and racist rhetoric on it.

Brady said she spent three hours going from one driveway to the next, picking up the plastic bags. “As we were leaving to get something to eat, we saw more,” Brady said. “We didn’t want anybody to wake up to that in the morning. Sunday morning, people going to church. I didn’t want people to see that, so we had to do something.”

Brady said she picked up hundreds of flyers. In the adjacent subdivision, Atascocita South, there were more fliers found on residents’ driveways.

Johanna Odell said she has lived in the area for 17 years and was horrified to find the flyer on her driveway Sunday morning. “I didn’t even look at the rest. I was just so livid,” Odell said. “I looked around and saw that the same bags were in my neighbors’ driveways so I went around and started picking them up because I didn’t want my neighbors waking up to find this trash in our neighborhood, you know, this hate. It’s upsetting.”

Odell had a trash bag full of the flyers she found. Other neighbors said they contacted Harris County Constable Precinct 4 regarding the racist flyers, but it was unclear if an official incident report has been filed.

“Teaching love and peace instead of hate,” Odell said. “I can’t believe we are still dealing with this in 2022, and we want to send a message to the people that did this. It’s not going to be tolerated here. We’re not going to have it. Don’t come here. We don’t need hate. We want only peace and love.”