Authorities were immediately suspicious when fire broke out inside a black church that the KKK had burned down in South Carolina 20 years ago.
After all, the fire came amid a string of suspicious fires at black churches following the shooting at Charleston’s historic African Methodist Episcopal Church less than a week earlier.
But the Associated Press reports  that the FBI does not believe the fire was the work of an arsonist, according to an agent who spoke on condition of anonymity.
The fire broke out Tuesday evening as storms passed over the area, gutting the church.
Two KKK members pleaded guilty to burning the same church in 1995.