Miller, Frazier Glenn (1941–)

aka F. Glenn Miller, Jr., Glenn Miller

During the 1980s, Frazier Glenn Miller, a former U.S. Army officer, was the leader of the Carolina Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (CKKKK) and, later, the White Patriot Party (WPP), a paramilitary offshoot of the CKKKK.

Miller was discharged from the Army in 1979 for distributing racist literature. In November of that year, he allegedly helped instigate an attack on an anti-Klan rally and march in Greensboro, North Carolina, in which five demonstrators, all members of the Communist Workers Party, were gunned down by Klansmen and American Nazis. When all of the accused were acquitted on April 15, 1984, Miller, already a vocal public figure in North Carolina, called the Klansmen and Nazis “heroes” who acted in “self-defense” and claimed that the verdict was a victory for “all patriotic, anti-communist, freedom-loving Christian people.”

In the mid-1980s, Klan activity ...

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