Former KKK leader charged in killing 3 at Jewish centers caught with black, cross-dressing prostitute

73-year-old Frazier Glenn Miller, also known as Frazier Glenn Cross, Glenn Miller and Glenn Cross,

73-year-old Frazier Glenn Miller, also known as Frazier Glenn Cross, Glenn Miller and Glenn Cross,

RALEIGH, N.C. – 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.

WTVD reported he is a former North Carolina resident who rose to lead a local chapter of the KKK which later became known as the White Patriot Party.

According to the report, Miller tried to secure the Democratic Party nomination for North Carolina governor in 1984.

Then in 1986, Miller attempted to get the Republican nomination for a North Carolina Senate seat.

Miller has quite a past including declaring war on “blacks and Jews” and a plan to overthrow the government.

He was wanted by the U.S. Marshals and was captured by federal agents after a Missouri standoff in 1987.

Miller served time and gave authorities valuable information in other cases.

He was eventually released with a new identity as part of the witness protection program.

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A 1987 United States Marshals Service "wanted" poster shows Frazier Glenn Miller. (United States Marshals Service via ABC News)

A 1987 United States Marshals Service “wanted” poster shows Frazier Glenn Miller. (United States Marshals Service via ABC News)