COLUMBIA, South Carolina (CNN) - For at least the fourth time in recent weeks, mysterious fliers accusing Mike Huckabee of being too liberal for Republican primary voters have appeared in South Carolina.
This time, they were left on nearly one hundred car windshields outside of Hampton Park Baptist Church in Greenville on Wednesday night.
"Don't be fooled by that smooth voice!" says the flier.
Under the banner, "Mike Huckabee – a 'True' Conservative?" the printout hammers Huckabee on immigration and taxes, and accuses the former Arkansas governor of "lying" about his role in the Wayne Dumond parole controversy.
It quotes a 2005 Arkansas News article that paraphrased Huckabee as saying, "Arkansas needs to make the transition from a traditional Southern state to one that recognizes and cherishes diversity and culture."
"Is something wrong with our Southern Christian culture?" the leaflet asks. [Read it here.]
The fliers are simple 8×10 printouts with bullet points attacking Huckabee's record, with particular focus on the Dumond case.
They are attributed to an outfit called "Lynchburg Christian Students for the Truth." CNN has been unable to verify the existence of the group. The fliers provide an e-mail address that offers to provide "court records on the Dumond trial."
CNN reached out to that email address in December and received several responses under the name "Francis Marion."
(Francis Marion, a.k.a. the "Swamp Fox," was the legendary general who led the South Carolina militia during the American Revolution.)
"I do not know what the results will be in SC," Marion wrote in one email, "but I have done my best to educate voters that Huckabee is a fraud."
The flier also urges "those who want to learn more" to contact activist Betsy Hagan of the Arkansas Eagle Forum and includes her phone number. Hagan opposes Huckabee's presidential bid.
"I don't have any idea who is doing that," Hagan said, reached by phone after the fliers first popped up in December. "I'm not identified with the group. I wish they would quit using my number."
The fliers were first obtained in the parking lot outside a Huckabee rally in Greenville in early December. Huckabee staffers in South Carolina have also complained that the fliers were left on cars outside of two recent supporter house parties in Columbia and Greenville.
ABC News obtained a similar flier in December in Iowa, when it was slipped under a hotel room door in Des Moines. That printout came from a group calling itself "Iowans for Some Semblance of Christian Decency."