Sunday, April 13, 2014

3 Dead in Shooting at Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City And At Village Shalom Overland Park Suspect Frazier Cross Yelled 'Heil Hitler'.




Overland Park city spokesman Sean Reilly says two people died at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City campus and one was killed at Village Shalom, which is a retirement community that is several blocks away from the center. Overland Park Fire Department spokesman Jason Rhodes said Sunday afternoon that one person of interest is in custody. The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City in Overland Park posted on its Facebook page that a "shooting incident" happened near its White Theater entrance and the building is on lockdown. 


The shooter is a former Ku Klux Klan leader with a history of antisemitism and racism, law enforcement officials said. Frazier Glenn Cross, Jr., 73, is suspected of fatally shooting a 14-year-old Eagle Scout and his grandfather in the parking lot at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City campus in Overland Park then gunning down a woman at Village Shalom, a retirement community that is several blocks away from the center, law enforcement officials said. According to the SPLC, Frazier Cross quit high school as a senior to join the Army. In a 20-year Army career he had two tours in Vietnam and 13 years as a member of the elite Green Berets before he was forced to retire because of his Klan affiliation in 1979. Later Frazier Cross went on to be active in a neo-Nazi group called “The Order” that advocated violence against Blacks and Jews among others, the SPLC said.

Neo-Nazi shooter targeted kids at the theater and elderly at assisted living center. Kansas City KS is the National Headquarters for the violent Neo-Nazi group the Ayran Nations. A suspect was arrested at the Valley View Park Elementary School, which is a mile away from Village Shalom. KCTV5's Bonyen Lee says the suspect appeared to yell "Heil Hitler" as he was being led away in handcuffs by Overland Park police.  One shooting was reported about 1 p.m. Sunday at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City, according to an Overland Park Fire Department spokesman. This happened at the Lewis and Shirley White Theatre inside the center. About 75 people were inside the theatre, most of them children. Teens were auditioning for KC SuperStar and parents were frantically trying to get to their children. In addition, a performance of To Kill a Mockingbird was underway when shots rang out at the theater. A second shooting was reported at Village Shalom, which is an assisted living center at 5500 West 123rd St. Worried relatives of residents tell KCTV5 that Village Shalom was placed on lockdown.
Kansas City KS is the National Headquarters for the violent Neo-Nazi group the Aryan Nations. The group set up camp in March of 2005, "The Aryan Nations — one of the most notorious neo-Nazi groups in the United States — is moving its national headquarters to Kansas City, Kan., causing alarm among civil rights groups. The group's members, who believe that Jews are “the children of Satan” and African-Americans are “beasts of the field,” chose Kansas City, Kan., because of its central location, said “High Counsel” August B. Kreis III."
 



Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com