Federal Hate Crime Charges May Be Filed Today Against White Supremacist
Marionville, KANSAS - Frazier Glenn Cross, a well know white supremacist, may have federal hate crime charges brought up against him Tuesday in the shooting of three people outside 2 Jewish facilities on Sunday.
Frazier Glenn Cross, also known as Frazier Glenn Miller on his website, has a long history on anti-semitic beliefs, including founding a North Carolina chapter of the KKK. Anti-racism organizations say he has been active in white supremacist groups since the 1970s.
Police shot and killed Cross' son in 2008 after a crash in Marionville. Police say that armed with a shotgun, he killed a good samaritan who stopped to help him, then later fired at police.
Radio host David Pakman interviewed Cross in 2010 when he ran a write in campaign for a seat in the U.S. Senate. "He told me in no uncertain terms that even though I had never met him, even though I had never said anything specific to him, or wronged him, merely because I was Jewish, he didn't like me."
Fourteen year old Reat Underwood, his grandfather Dr. William Corporan and occupational therapist Terri LaManno were killed on Sunday at 2 separate Jewish facilities. None of the victims were Jewish. Corporan and his grandson were Methodist, LaManno was Catholic.