The mayor of the hometown of Kansas City killer Frazier Glenn Miller resigned Monday, after voicing support for the anti-Semitic gunman and former KKK leader's views.
Dan Clevenger's resignation as mayor of Marionville, Missouri, which was handed in late Monday night, took effect at 8 a.m. Tuesday morning. He was forced to resign over comments in which he said that he "kind of agreed with him [Miller] on some things, but I don't like to express that too much."
At least some of those points of agreement are apparent in a letter Clevenger wrote to the Aurora Advertiser several years ago, in which he introduced himself as "A friend of Fraziel Miller helping to spread his warnings."
"The Jew-run medical industry has succeeded in destroying the United State's workforce," he wrote, and went on to attack "the Jew-run government backed banking industry" which he said "turned the United States into the world's largest debtor nation," according to KSPR News.
The town's aldermen had voted 4-1 to start impeachment proceedings, and residents attending a special meeting demanded his resignation.
Frazier Glenn Miller, also known as Frazier Glenn Cross, is facing the death penalty over a shooting-spree at two Kansas City Jewish institutions which left three people dead.