Mary Sanchez

June 25, 2014 6:00 PM

Prosecutors were on solid ground for deal with F. Glenn Miller Jr.

It’s an odd day when racist websites and a U.S. senator are pitching the same issue. That’s the surreal world Sen. Jerry Moran entered by raising questions about a nearly 30-year-old plea bargain agreement with Frazier Glenn Cross Jr., the racist anti-Semite better known as F. Glenn Miller Jr. charged with the April murders of a doctor and his grandson at Overland Park’s Jewish Community Center and a mother of three at Village Shalom.

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