Why was this Nazi able to kill?
The same government locks up Muslims and Arabs as part of a “war on terror” allowed a real terrorist to roam the streets for the better part of four decades, writes Joe Allen.
Apr. 17 2014
FRAZIER GLENN Miller, also known as “Frazier Glenn Cross,” a prominent neo-Nazi organizer for at least four decades, murdered three people in Overland Park, Kansas, on April 13.
Miller’s victims included 14-year-old Reat Griffin Underwood and his grandfather, Dr. William Lewis Corporon, who were shot and killed while sitting in a car at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City. Terry LaManno was shot at Village Shalom, a nearby assisted living center, where she was visiting her mother.
After his arrest near Village Shalom, Miller continued spewing racist and anti-Semitic filth while handcuffed in the back seat of a police car. KMBC, a local television station, recorded Miller screaming “Heil Hitler!”
In the 24 hours following Miller’s murder spree, his vile opinions and political history became widely known—thanks primarily to the efforts of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which tracks hate groups.
But the big question that comes to mind after reading this mountain of material on Miller’s extensive involvement with violent Nazi groups is: Why was this man still roaming the streets?