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Originally charged with the murders of William Lewis Corporan and his grandson Reat Griffin Underwood and Teresa Rose Lamanno, Cross Tuesday was also charged with three counts of attempted murder and one count of aggravated assault.
Cross is accused of shooting at with intent to kill Paul Temme, Mark Brodkey and Jason Coombes. He is also accused of the aggravated assault with a firearm of Margaret Hunker. In addition, he is charged with criminal discharge of a firearm at a structure or vehicle.
To view the amended complaint, click Amended complaint Frazier Glenn Cross.
Cross is scheduled to appear before 17th Division Judge Thomas Kelly Ryan at 9 a.m. Thursday, May 29, in Johnson County for what could be his evidentiary hearing, which is comparable to a preliminary hearing in the State of Missouri.
So far, the federal government has not indicted him for hate crimes, but a Grand Jury could be convened on the matter soon.
Cross a.k.a. Miller is a self professed career white supremacist who after being run out of North Carolina by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for his activities there, turned government witness in 1987 after his arrest for weapons and putting out a hit on the life of SPLC head Morris Dees. Cross lived quietly under partial cover in Missouri, after serving three years in prison, until he allegedly surfaced in the Overland Park shooting spree at the age of 73 this April.
As he was taken into custody Cross a.k.a. Miller was reported to have raised his fist in the Nazi salute and yelled “Heil Hitler.”
To view links to previous Hill ‘n Holler stories on Cross/Miller click HERE.