Download Frazier Glenn Miller’s Book “A White Man Speaks Out” While You Still Can; Miller Arrested As Person Of Interest In Kansas Shootings

Most readers undoubtedly know that 73-year-old longtime white racial activist Frazier Glenn Miller, who media outlets are also identifying as Frazier Glenn Cross, has been arrested as a person of interest in the shooting of three different people at two different Jewish centers in the Kansas City metro area on April 13th, 2014. The shooter first fatally shot a 14-year-old boy, Reat Griffin Underwood, and his grandfather, William Lewis Corporon, around 1:00 P.M. in the parking lot at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City campus located at 5801 W. 115th St in Overland Park, Kansas, then gunned down a woman, Terri LaManno, at the Village Shalom senior living facility at 5500 W. 123rd St, just several blocks away. The shooter, who’s believed to have been packing a shotgun, a handgun and possibly an assault weapon, reportedly shot at two other people but missed.

Police caught up with a man who matched the description of the shooter at Valley Park Elementary School near 123rd Street and Lamar Avenue, and arrested him as a person of interest at 1:28 P.M; they later identified him as Frazier Glenn Miller. They also impounded the car, a white Suzuki, and said that although there were other items in the vehicle possibly of evidential value, they would not give specifics. Miller is currently being held in the Johnson County Detention Center on premeditated first-degree murder charges. He is currently listed in Johnson County jail records as Frazier Glenn Cross, and his first court appearance is scheduled for April 14th at 1:30 P.M. Miller’s wife has been getting calls from the media and the SPLC and is reportedly distraught.

Although the media is playing the Jewish card, presumably because of Miller’s reputation, it turns out that none of the three victims are Jewish. Reat Griffin Underwood and William Lewis Corporon were members of the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, and Terri LaManno is a longtime member of St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Kansas City.

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Miller’s motivational book, “A White Man Speaks Out”, which chronicles his history as an activist and provides an insider’s description of the 1979 Greensboro Massacre which was originally triggered by Communists and their allies. Miller’s book is available on PDF in two separate parts; download and save to your hard drive because his website could be taken down anytime:

The original Chapters 1 through 23:


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