From Salon.com Comment Section:
"George Allen and PV High I went to Palos Verdes High School with George Allen. Ask him about the JJR (the Jesse James Revival) his un-official club where he claimed they beat up N's on Saturday nights. He kept a Dodger bat in his car with words "Nigger Knocker" written on it.For Homecoming 1967 he was saying in football practice the day before, N's going to paint the school tonight, I just know it. Sure enough, next day school painted with slurs aimed against whites (guess the ethnicity of the school we played, they won handily by the way!). He was originally expelled but reduced to suspension with agreement to pay to paint over the school. I've heard him speak N word many times in High School. Shelton is right this guy doesn't deserve to hold elected office. Ask the 1500 or so students, faculty, parents who were in Palos Verdes in 1969. I've made this post many places and waiting for media to contact me. I can verify this story with hundreds of people including his football coach at the time. I saw Coach recently at the store and we talked about the Homecoming incident. -- thezudes"
UPDATE: From the NLS Mailbag:
"I'm an inside-the-beltway type with my own story on George Allen and his history of racism. I'm a Republican, and a libertarian-conservative, and I have no desire to see the Democrats take back the Senate this fall, but I think Virginians deserve to know what I know about their senator, and so I'm sending my story to you. Feel free to publish it on your blog, but know that I will not reveal my name nor any others, as the sources I'm using have not given me their permission to spread this information, and naming names would be a really crappy thing for me to do.
As soon as I said Allen's name, she grimaced and shook her head. "Racist," she said.