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Wingnuts On Trial: Jewish Center Shooter Tells Jury He Wishes He'd Killed More People

F. Glenn Miller has no regrets but this one: Not enough people died.
Wingnuts On Trial: Jewish Center Shooter Tells Jury He Wishes He'd Killed More People

You might remember F. Glenn Miller from last year, when he was arrested after shooting up two Jewish community centers in Kansas while shouting "Heil Hitler!" He's a fan of Ron Paul and Pat Buchanan. Doubtless he admires Donald Trump, too.

Miller is on trial for the deaths of three, and according to trial accounts, he has no regrets.

With chilling nonchalance, F. Glenn Miller Jr. on Friday described to a Johnson County jury how he used a shotgun to kill three people last year in Overland Park.

“It’s premeditated, no doubt about it,” he said as a courtroom full of spectators looked on in silence. “I’m proud of myself. I feel good about it.”

The biggest regret he has, Miller said, is that he didn’t kill more people.

The shooting spree on April 13, 2014, at the Jewish Community Center and Village Shalom care center was fueled by Miller’s virulent hatred of Jewish people and his belief in a Jewish conspiracy to destroy the “white race.”

“On most days,” he said, “it’s the first thing I think about in the morning, and the last thing I think about at night.”

Without any regrets. This is the evil spawn that screams with joy when our Republican candidates promise to ethnically cleanse the country of Latinos. This is on them.

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