Neo-Nazi Accused in Kansas Triple Murder is Reportedly Dying

A couple of days before he was arrested and charged with shooting to death three people at two Jewish community facilities in Kansas in April, Frazier Glenn Miller stopped by the Aurora, Mo., home of his friend Geraldine Perry. It was easy to see even then that the health of the 73-year-old neo-Nazi was failing.

“He couldn’t walk from the other side of the street to inside here to the table,” Perry told Hatewatch, “without having to stop and sit 10 minutes so he could breathe.”


Miller's mug shot

After his arrest, Miller called Perry from a Kansas county jail a few times a week, she said, before the calls suddenly stopped. The next time he called, after two weeks of silence, Perry said Miller explained that he had been in the infirmary, too weak to get out of bed, struggling for breath.

Now, it appears the accused killer is dying.

According to a report in the Kansas City Star, Miller, who is also known as Frazier Glenn Cross, is dying of severe lung disease in a county jail infirmary.

Quoting friends and associates in the hate world, including fellow white supremacist Craig Cobb, the paper reported Saturday that Miller, once a heavy smoker, is suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, a progressive disease for which there is no cure.

“He’s dying now, there’s no doubt,” Cobb told the paper, adding, “He told me in January in a letter that he had one foot in the grave and one on a banana peel.”

Maj. Doug Baker, the administrator of the Johnson County Central Booking facility in Olathe, Kan., where Miller is being held on $10 million bond, told the paper he could not discuss details of an inmate’s medical condition. Baker did confirm, however, that Miller has been housed full-time in the center’s infirmary since May 30.

The Star also spoke with Will Williams, a longtime white nationalist from Tennessee, who said he has known Miller for more than 20 years. Williams said Miller had told him earlier this year that he was extremely ill.

“COPD is what he told me,” Williams told the paper. “He told me he could hardly walk to the mailbox.”

In a recent telephone call from jail, Miller told Williams that he had lost nine pounds and his health had only gotten worse behind bars. Miller seemed to blame his deteriorating condition on a black doctor supervising his care, accusing the physician of trying to murder him, Williams told the Star.

“He said this doctor deliberately cut his meds to where he had three near-death experiences,” Williams said.

Williams said Miller told him that he had filed several grievances with the jail and had recently “got his meds and was in lots better spirits.”

Baker, the jail administrator, told the paper that Miller had not filed any formal grievances and was “being provided the necessary medical care that’s provided to all detainees.”

Miller’s next scheduled court appearance is in November.