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The national socialist bigot we know as Frazier Glenn Miller was just sentenced to death for the April 13, 2014 murders of three decent people at Jewish sites in Johnson County, Kansas. Miller said he thought he was killing Jews, and expressed no remorse and requested no forgiveness.

Miller has been marching towards this conclusion ever since he joined the States Rights Party in 1979. Please see the IREHR timeline on this point.  Along the way he received little jail time, and his testimony for the government prosecution at the 1988 Ft. Smith seditious conspiracy trial turned him into a largely unwanted traitor to the Aryan cause.  So he remained unwanted by most white nationalists, particularly when his murderous run at Kansas Jews killed three non-Jews.

Alex Linder at Vanguard News Network is virtually the only exception that proved the rule.  No one will mourn Glenn Miller when he dies, and his false sense of martyrdom will win him no new followers.

The death penalty is an uneven instrument. In the United States it has been more of a racist tool of oppression than it has been an implement of justice. Multiple academic studies have confirmed this.  Please read “The Death Penalty in Black and White” on the Death Penalty Information Center’s website.  Nevertheless, this writer cannot object to a death sentence for Glenn Miller.  Simply put: he deserves to die. Soon.

Leonard Zeskind

Author Leonard Zeskind

is founder of IREHR. For almost four decades, he has been a leading authority on white nationalist political and social movements. He is the author of Blood and Politics: The History of White Nationalism from the Margins to the Mainstream, published by Farrar Straus & Giroux in May 2009. [more..]

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