Man Charged with Attempting to Hire KKK to Kill Black Neighbor over Rape Suspicions Print article Send a Tip by Brandon Darby 1 Oct 2013 post a comment Birmingham, Alabama -- A man has been indicted on federal charges for allegedly attempting to hire an undercover FBI agent posing as a member of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) to murder a black neighbor he suspected of being guilty for the rape of his wife. Allen Wayne Dense Morgan, a 29-year-old, has been charged with using a telephone and a motor vehicle -- interstate facilities and travel --- with the intent to commit murder-for-hire. The U.S. Attorney’s Office says Morgan has agreed to plead guilty. He faces a maximum penalty of ten years in prison and a $250,000 fine. The FBI impersonated the KKK and the Morgan allegedly said he would pay the undercover Special Agent to murder a neighbor in retaliation for rape accusations from his wife. Morgan reportedly offered the FBI a watch, a necklace, and a gun as payment for the murder. Morgan reportedly gave the FBI explicit details for the would-be torture and murder. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office: “Morgan talked to an undercover FBI agent, who identified himself as a KKK member, by telephone on August 22. The men arranged to meet three days later at an Oxford motel to discuss payment for the murder. In that phone conversation, Morgan used a racial slur to describe the man he wanted killed and bragged that he had just fired several shots toward the man to intimidate him. Morgan also described, in detail, how he wanted the man "hung from a tree like a deer and gutted," to have body parts cut off, and to "die a slow, painful death." The U.S. Attorney’s Office did not specify how the FBI came into contact with Morgan; however, in such cases the FBI usually gets involved after a concerned third-party reports that someone is attempting to hire them for murder.