Frasier Glenn Miller’s wife Marge has allegedly told the ‘Southern Poverty Law Center’ that police came to her home to tell her that her husband had been arrested in the shootings at the The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City and Village Shalom, both located in Overland Park, Kansas. Miller is also known by an alias, Fraiser Glenn Cross, Jr. He is reportedly a former Grand Dragon of the now defunct North Carolina Ku Klux Klan. Dr. William Lewis Corporon and his 14-year-old grandson Reat Griffin Underwood (Losen) died at the site of the Community Center. The name of a female murdered at Village Shalom has not been released. Please note that police have not officially named any of the deceased.
According to the family statement, Underwood was a freshman at Blue Valley High School, and participated in debate, theatre “and had a beautiful voice. Reat had a passion for life, and touched so many people in his young age.” He was an Eagle Scout and “loved spending time camping and hunting with his Grandfather, Father, and brother,” the statement said.
Corporon practiced family medicine in Marlow and Duncan, Okla., from 1976 through 2003, before moving with his wife to the Kansas City area to be closer to their grandchildren, the statement said.
Police had still not released the identities of the victims late this evening, but Rev. Adam Hamilton of the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood said the two male victims were members of the church. Source: ABC
NBC is reporting that Miller (Cross) is a 20-year Army veteran with two tours of duty in Vietnam, 13 years in the Green Berets was and “forced to retire because of his Klan affiliation in 1979.” Fraiser ran for public office on both the Democrat and Republican ticket in the 80s. He is from Aurora, Missouri. Original story here.
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