Many cats were rescued from the home of dead KKK leader Frank Ancona last week.Credit:Midwest Community Cat Alliance
LEADWOOD,Mo. (KMOV.com) - Dozens of animals were rescued from the home of murdered KKK leader Frank Ancona.
His wife, Malissa, who is accused of being involved in his murder, ran an unlicensed animal rescue inside their Leadwood, Mo. home.
Police said Paul Jinkerson Jr., Malissa's son, shot and killed Frank Ancona in his bed while he slept. Investigators said Malissa Ancona played an active role, along with her son, in her husband's murder.
The photos were given to News 4 by the Midwest Community Cat Alliance. Many animal rescue groups were allowed access to the home to rescue the cats.
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