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The second group was founded in 1915, and it flourished nationwide in the early and mid-1920s, particularly in urban areas of the Midwest and West.
It was rooted in local Protestant communities and opposed Catholics and Jews, and stressed its opposition to the Catholic Church at a time of high immigration from mostly Catholic nations of southern and eastern Europe.
You have to bear in mind that there is a difference between arrest records and court records.
Florida court records are created after a person had been convicted of a crime and they are kept in the county court.
The police cannot issue an arrest warrant on their own; they have to convince a judge to sign it in order to make it legally valid.
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