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Former KKK Leader/Alleged Killer Caught with Black Male Prostitute Dressed as a Woman

The former Ku Klux Klan leader charged with killing three people at Kansas City Jewish centers was caught with an African American, cross-dressing prostitute back in the 1980s.

North Carolina’s WGHP reported Raleigh police caught Glenn Miller in the backseat of a car, engaged in a sex act with a black male prostitute who was dressed as a woman.

WTVD said it found this information when researching Miller’s past in the area.

According to WGHP, officials said Miller wasn’t charged for the incident likely because the government was pursuing a much larger case against him.

Miller is currently facing charges for killing a boy and his grandfather, who was a doctor in Duncan, Oklahoma, outside of a Jewish community center weeks ago.

He also allegedly killed a woman at a Jewish assisted living center. . .

 

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