Frazier Glenn Miller Jr.
Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. (23 November 1940 - 3 May 2021) was a former leader of the now defunct White Patriot Party, an FBI informant, and a convicted murderer.
White Patriot Party
In 1980, Miller founded the Carolina Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, which later became the White Patriot Party (WPP).
Leftist Wikipedia alleges that the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) surreptitiously accessed the WPP's computer systems, presenting alleged evidence in court alleging that the WPP leadership was planning the assassination of SPLC leader Morris Dees. The court apparently took no action on this alleged murder conspiracy theory, but supposedly only issued an injunction barring the WPP from engaging in paramilitary activity.
In a possibly related case, the SPLC brought a civil lawsuit against members of the organization for allegedly terrorizing the Black Bobby Person and others. The court dismissed the plaintiffs' claim for damages.
However, the case had other effects, as Miller later violated an agreement part of the case, causing him to be sentenced to prison for contempt of court.
Later, in 1987, Miller was sentenced to five years in prison for various crimes such as threats and weapons violations. Miller agreed to testify against members of the Silent Brotherhood and at Fort Smith sedition trial. At the later trial, all the defendants were found not guilty, implying that Miller's testimonial was viewed as unreliable. The White Patriot Party dissolved in association with this.
Miller lived for a time under an assumed identity as an FBI informant
in 2015, he was sentenced to death for the 2014 Overland Park Jewish Community Center shooting which killed 3 people, all Christians. Miller alleged that he began planning the shootings after he became convinced that he was dying from emphysema.