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A three-day block of time has been set aside for his preliminary or evidentiary hearing on Nov. 12-14 this year. No mention has be made by the district attorney’s office as to whether the death penalty will be sought.
Miller/Cross is accused of killing three people and attempting to kill another three people and aggravated assault of a woman with his firearm. He is also accused of shooting up the Jewish Community Center White Theater without regard to human life a charge of criminal discharge of a firearm at a structure.
His defense attorney Ron Evans acknowledged the last five charges which were filed Tuesday by the District Attorney’s Office.
Miller/Cross, a self-professed career white supremacist is accused of killing Willliam Lewis Corporan and his 14-year-old grandson Reat Griffin Underwood, and Teresa Rose Lamanno. He is also charged with the attempted murder of Paul Temme, Mark Brodkey and Jason Coombes. And, the aggravated assault with a firearm of Margaret Hunker.
To view the amended complaint, click Amended complaint Frazier Glenn Cross.
Frazier Glenn Miller/Cross, now 73, had been living in relative obscurity in Missouri since his release from federal prison on weapons and conspiracy charges. The federal government has not confirmed that he was in the federal protection program following his testimony against other white supremacist groups and associates.
Prior to moving to Missouri in the late ’80’s Miller/Cross founded the Carolina Knights of the Klu Klux Klan and the White Peoples Party in North Carolina. He was funded by The Order, a group he later testified against.
Despite becoming a government snitch, Frazier bragged in his writings that no one that he testified against ever was convicted.
After being taken into custody for his alleged Overland Park shooting spree, which occurred just prior to Adolf Hitler’s birthday, Miller/Cross reportedly gave the Nazi salute and yelled “Heil Hitler.”
So far, no indictments have been issued against him by the federal grand jury for hate crimes, but they are expected.
Frazier Glenn Miller/Cross is being held on $10 million bond at the Johnson County Detention Center.
To view links to previous Hill ‘n Holler stories on Cross/Miller click HERE.