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Ohio attorney general warns student protesters in masks could face felony charges under anti-KKK law

  • Ohio's Attorney General Dave Yost informed public university presidents about a law from 1953, declaring misdemeanor-level gatherings in disguise as a felony offense.
  • Yost advised students about the concise law that prohibits uniting to commit a misdemeanor while wearing disguises like white caps or masks.
  • Violating the "anti-disguise" law can result in a fourth-degree felony charge, $5,000 in fines, and five years on community control, as outlined by Yost.
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