Kansas City shooter has ties to North Dakota white supremacistFargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The man accused of killing 3 people at a Jewish Community Center in Kansas City may face charges for hate-crimes, on top of murder charges.
By: Brian Abel, WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The man accused of killing 3 people at a Jewish Community Center in Kansas City may face charges for hate-crimes, on top of murder charges. A U.S. Attorney says there's enough evidence to justify the charge against Frazier Glenn Miller.
If Frazier Glenn Miller's name sounds familiar, that's because he knows White Supremacist Craig Cobb. Miller called into WDAY Radio to support Cobb as Cobb tried to start an all-white enclave in Leith, North Dakota.
Jay Thomas - WDAY Radio: "Let me take another call, Glenn in Missouri, thanks for hanging on Glenn, you're on the Jay Thomas Show.
Frazier Glenn Miller: “Thanks for taking my call. Craig's a good friend of mine. I've known him for years."
That's the voice of Glenn Miller, the man in custody for the Kansas City Jewish community center and Jewish retirement complex shootings Sunday. He's accused of killing 3 people.
Miller called in to WDAY 970's Jay Thomas Show on November 6th, coming to the defense of Craig Cobb, the man awaiting to be sentenced for terrorizing the residents of Leith.
Frazier Glenn Miller: "You've got 2 white men up there in one town that’s trying to make an area that’s safe for white people where white people can survive and prosper."
Today we're learning more about Miller's white supremacist views. He founded the Carolina Knights chapter of the Ku Klux clan, and the White Patriot Party. It didn't take long to hear his anti-Semitic views on Jay's show.
Frazier Glenn Miller: "Mainly because the Jews have created cultures in white countries that is no longer conducive to white pro-creation "
Months before he allegedly went on his shooting spree, Fargo-Moorhead listeners were already calling him what the country is now.
Caller to Jay Thomas Show: "What it comes down to is, the people you've got on the radio right now are terrorists. These are domestic terrorists"
Something Miller himself didn't deny
Frazier Glenn Miller: "If I’m a terrorist because I want my people to survive, then I’m a terrorist, right. Then I’m a proud terrorist."
If Miller, who also goes by the name Frazier Glenn Cross, is charged with a hate-crime, he could face the death penalty. Cobb while be sentenced for his crimes in Leith on April 29th.