After the publisher and editor of an Alabama newspaper came under fire for an editorial that urged the Ku Klux Klan to “night ride again,” an African-American woman was tapped to take the helm. But now the woman, Elecia Dexter, has stepped down—because, she said, predecessor Goodloe Sutton, who still owns the paper is continuing to meddle, CNN reported. Dexter, who lasted just a few weeks as editor of the Democrat-Reporter, said she quit “so that her integrity and well-being can be maintained.” She said Sutton published a second version of the Feb. 28 issue that included a story defending his pro-Klan editorial. “I am not discouraged, healing will come to the wonderful and loving people here,” she said in a statement. CNN said Sutton could not be reached for comment.