Editor's note: An earlier version of this story used the same headline as the video's title online. Because that title is misleading, the headline has been changed. Read below for the latest update.

Update at 2:40 p.m.

The Log Cabin Democrat has interviewed a witness who says police were never called the scene, therefore, no report was filed. 

A library employee listened to the meeting of the League of the South during his lunch break, the witness said.

The League of the South describes itself as "a Southern Nationalist organization whose ultimate goal is a free and independent Southern republic." Others describe it as a white supremacist group similar to the Ku Klux Klan. 

During a break in the meeting, the witness said, the employee — a black man — shook the speaker's hand and began to ask him questions about the speech.

The witness said the speaker agreed to answer the employee's questions but others in the room immediately "crowded around" the two men.

At least one person captured a portion of the exchange on video, which is posted here. 

The witness said the employee left the room voluntarily and returned to work without incident. 

John McGraw sent the following message to the Log Cabin Democrat on behalf of the Faulkner County Library, regarding allowing the League of the South to use its meeting room: "The Faulkner County Library does not discriminate on the basis of content or viewpoint with regard to the use of our facilities for public meetings."


The Log Cabin Democrat has requested the police report from an incident at the library over the weekend.

Sources say a white nationalism group, the League of the South, rented meeting space at the library and police were called when a heated argument erupted at the meeting.

This video of part of the argument was taken from www.occidentaldissent.com which used the tagline "Negro loses it at Arkansas League of the South conference."

A reporter is investigating and the Log Cabin Democrat will update with more information as it becomes available.