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November 15, 2014 5:24 PM

F. Glenn Miller Jr. talks for the first time about the killings at Jewish centers

The man charged with murdering three people said he came to the Kansas City area “for the specific purpose of killing Jews” and thinks that “because of what I did, Jews feel less secure.” But Jewish leaders say his actions only brought the community together. And experts say the public must pay more attention to hateful views to prevent future tragedies.

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