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April 25, 2014 5:35 PM

North Carolina authorities will travel to Kansas to question F. Glenn Miller Jr. about 1987 triple slaying

Miller, the white supremacist charged in the recent Overland Park fatal shootings, testified for the prosecution in the 1989 trial of a man charged with helping kill three men at an adult bookstore in Shelby, N.C. The bookstore’s clients included gay and bisexual men. The defendant, white supremacist Douglas Sheets, was acquitted, and the case against a second man was dropped.

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