A woman recruited to join the Ku Klux Klan was shot dead as she tried to leave the clans campsite. She asked to return to her town while the group was conducting an initiation ritual and the fight that broke out ended with the woman being fatally shot. The woman, whose identity wasnt revealed by Police, was from Oklahoma and was invited to a rural Louisiana campsite for a Ku Klux Klan initiation ritual. She was reportedly recruited over the Internet. Police arrested eight people in connection with the crime after investigators found the womans corpse hidden under some brush on the side of a road a couple of miles from the campsite. Police investigators also found weapons, flags and six Klan robes at the campsite, according to St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Jack Strain. The woman was supposed to join Ku Klux Klan by attending the initiation ceremony and then return to Oklahoma to find other people that would join the white supremacist group. The woman was reportedly shot by the groups leader, 44-year-old Raymond "Chuck" Foster. Mr. Foster was charged with second-degree murder and is now in police custody without bond. The Police report did not give details about the initiation ceremony and what it involved. "We haven't completely sorted out if they finished the initiation," said Capt. George Bonnett. "I assume that they had started it, but I don't know if they were finished." The other men and women arrested are charged with obstruction of justice. They are now held on $500,000 bond at the St. Tammany Parish jail. The suspects reportedly try to hide the crime by burning the womans belongings. According to the police report, the woman arrived in Slidell, La., area last week. She was intercepted by two people close the KKK group and taken to the campsite near Sun, La., on the banks of the Pearl River, about 60 miles north of New Orleans. The member of the KKK-affiliated group reportedly called themselves the "Dixie Brotherhood." But although they were quite young, with ages ranging from 20 to 30, they mustnt be feared, Sheriff Strain said. "The IQ level of this group is not impressive, to be kind. I can't imagine anyone feeling endangered or at risk by any one of these kooks," said Strain. Woman Killed for Trying to Leave KKK Initiation Ritual why in the devil would think this is a "romantic or good" thing to do? Why are people entralled with hate groups?