MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Alabama publisher and editor in Alabama Gudlo Sattun, who this week received a widespread condemnation of racist and violent rhetoric, announced on Friday he had surrendered control of his newspaper.

Election Dexter was named publisher and editor of Linden Democrat Democrat on Thursday, according to a press release circulated by the newspaper. Available on the phone on Friday afternoon, Sutton said Dexter was the new publisher, owner and editor of the Democrat-Reporter. He refused to say whether the paper had been sold to Dexter or if the property had been transferred, and he had repeatedly called the Montgomerie advertiser reporter "dumb" for inquiry. Friday afternoon. Sometimes it may take several days to update the site's records.

Dexter, 46, told the Associated Press that Sutton will retain the ownership of the newspaper, which has a circulation of about 3000, "but I will handle everything else

Gudlo Sattn, publisher of the newspaper "Demokrat reporter" office in Linden, Ala., Thursday, 21 February 2019 (Photo11: Mickey Welsh / Advertiser)

This week, Sutton called for the out-of-court killings of the "Socialist Communists" after the story of racist and anti-Semitic articles. In an interview with Montgomery Advertiser on Thursday, he refused to apologize for his previous writings and would not admit that his call for violence was lynch.

Sutton, who was also a publisher of the newspaper in the county of Marango, published an article last week calling for a "cou-clown-clan to return in the evening" to clean up Washington, the Democrats in the Republican Party and the Democrats.

When asked to figure out what he meant by "cleaning up DC," 80-year-old Sutton offered a lynch, saying: "We'll get the hemp ropes,

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