Kansas City Shooting Suspect Was Write-In Senate Candidate Denied Radio/TV Ad Access In 2010 Race
April 14, 2014 at 3:57 AM (PT)
The suspect in the shootings at a Jewish community center and Jewish residential home for the elderly in the KANSAS CITY area is the same white supremacist who ran a write-in campaign for the Senate from MISSOURI in 2010 and was ruled not to be a bona-fide candidate by the FCC (NET NEWS 6/29/10).
FRAZIER GLENN MILLER JR., a/k/a FRAZIER GLENN CROSS, was ruled ineligible for mandatory access to radio and TV for campaign ads by the FCC, but only after ENTERCOM Talk KMBZ-A and Country WDAF-A/KANSAS CITY played the spots. The 73-year-old was taken into custody in the parking lot of a school near the shooting scene in OVERLAND PARK, KS, and was reported by several sources at the scene to have said "Heil HITLER" as he was taken away. Three people were killed in the shootings at the JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER and VILLAGE SHALOM.
CROSS has been identified by the SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER as the founder of the White Patriot Party, an offshoot of the CAROLINA Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Besides his run for the Senate in 2010 as an independent, he ran as a Democrat for the nomination for Governor of NORTH CAROLINA and for the same state's Senate seat as a Republican in the 1986 primary.