"White people, unlike Jews, have no power at all. We don't have leaders, we don't have unity, we don't have power at all," Frazier Glenn Miller said in an interview in 2012, revealing a little of the anti-Semitic beliefs of the man who murdered three people in two Jewish centers in the suburbs of Kansas City. The 73-year-old killer, who is also known as Glenn Miller or Fraizer Cross, is the former grand dragon of the Carolina Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.
He began his rampage at about 1 pm, local time, shooting dead a Christian man and his 14-year-old grandson, as well as a woman in her 70s. He was captured a short while afterwards.
Miller, who was born in November 1940, became a follower of white supremacy and was known over the years for his many anti-Semitic and racist comments.
Living in Aurora, Missouri, Miller ran for the US Senate in 2006 and again in 2010 but lost to Roy Blunt, who is now a US senator from the state. Miller's 2010 campaign was filled with racist and anti-Semitic campaign ads, but election laws forced local TV and radio stations to broadcast them against their will.
In 1980, Miller founded the party that turned into a local branch of the racist Ku Klux Klan organization. In 1987 he was arrested and later jailed for three years after he was convicted of weapons offenses.
Over the years, he ran a website that turned into a self-manifest praising the "white race." The site is filled with anti-Semitic texts, and includes chapters from Miller's autobiography "A White Man Speaks Out."
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- ynetnews.com, The profile of a killer: ‘We are slaves to the Jews’, ynetnews.com
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