Back here at home to Kansas and the hate fueled rampage at two jewish centers over the weekend. The 73-year-old man charged in that shooting appeared in court for the first time. And ABC's Steve... See More
Back here at home to Kansas and the hate fueled rampage at two jewish centers over the weekend. The 73-year-old man charged in that shooting appeared in court for the first time. And ABC's Steve osunsami shows us what happened. Reporter: He looked disheveled and disoriented -- 73-year-old Frazier Glenn cross had to be wheeled to his video-feed court appearance. He had no friends or family in the courtroom. I don't have money. Reporter: The judge assigned him a free lawyer and set his bond at $10 million. Glenn miller as he's known in his world started hating young. He's a life-long anti-semite, a former grand dragon of the Ku klux Klan. In the 1980s, he led the white patriots party, 5,000 strong. In 2006, he told a jewish reporter that he hated Jews for controlling the media and the government. And I hate you. You a Jew, and I hate you. Reporter: Do you advocate violence against Jews? What's your definition of advocate. Reporter: Today, state prosecutors armed with the death penalty, charged him with first degree and capital murder for three shooting deaths at the jewish community center. Prosecutors say he intended to kill Jews, but say what he didn't know was that all three victims were Christian. Hate groups are rising a modern day cross burning just last year in Mississippi. Hate groups are rising because there are some trends happening. The biggest thing is this country has become increasingly divorce. Reporter: Their home is on the internet. The gunman filed more than 12,000 posts to racist discussion boards which have been filled with congratulations since the killings. Steve osunsami, ABC news, Kansas. We turn to a note about the
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