The white supremacist shooting suspect arrested for killing three outside Jewish community centers in Overland Park, Kan., earlier this month was caught in the act with a black male prostitute in the mid-1980s, according to a former federal prosecutor.
While federal authorities combed through the past of F. Glenn Miller Jr., former leader of the White Patriot Party formerly known as the Carolina Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, they discovered an incident report from the mid-1980s by Raleigh, N.C., police stating Miller was found in a vehicle with a black male who was dressed as a woman.
“It was a male prostitute in a vehicle, and it was a Raleigh Police Department incident report,” said former prosecutor Douglas McCullough, who is now a judge on the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
“That is the only incident that I was aware of, this one-time incident,” McCullough told the Kansas City Star. “I’m sure he won’t be happy that all of that is being dredged back up again now.”
“I don’t know if they actually took him into custody or just did an incident report about it because the police knew who he was,” McCullough said. “But I’m quite sure it was never prosecuted or anything like that.”
Heidi Beirich of the Southern Poverty Law Center asked Miller about the prostitution incident last fall and he didn’t deny it. In a recorded conversation, Miller told Beirich he lured the man into a meeting in order to beat him up.
McCullough prosecuted Miller in 1987 on charges of possessing hand grenades and mailing a threatening communication. Miller and two other men were arrested in a trailer in Ozark, Mo., for mailing a “Declaration of War,” which laid out a point system for killing federal officials, African Americans, Jews, homosexuals and others.
In the trailer authorities, uncovered a cache of weapons and explosives.