Kentucky court upholds $1.3 million verdict in Klan case

WHAS News 11, Kentucky/October 14, 2011

Louisville, Kentucky -- The Kentucky Court of Appeals has upheld a verdict against an imprisoned Ku Klux Klan leader.

The court had thrown out a Meade County's verdict against Ron Edwards in January saying there was not enough evidence to hold him liable for the beating of a man at the Meade County Fair.

On Friday it reversed itself and awarded Jordan Gruver $1.3 million. Gruver was beaten by several KKK members at the fair in 2006.

Edwards is in federal prison on drug and gun charges.

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