A 1984 interview with Frazier Glenn Cross Jr., then known as North Carolina gubernatorial candidate Glenn Miller, has surfaced.
In the video, released by WECT in Wilmington, Cross talks about his views on crime, segregation and the federal government.
Cross, 73, faces one count of capital murder and one count of premeditated first-degree murder in connection with Sunday's shooting at a Jewish Community Center and nearby Jewish retirement home in suburban Kansas City.
Physician William Lewis Corporon, 69, and his 14-year-old grandson, Reat Griffin Underwood, were shot and killed outside of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City.
Moments later, Terri LaManno, 53, was gunned down outside Village Shalom, a Jewish retirement complex where she was visiting her mother.
Cross reportedly was heard yelling “Heil Hitler” during his arrest.
On Nov. 3, 1979, Cross was among a group of several dozen Klan and American Nazi Party members who showed up in Greensboro at a “Death to the Klan” march, sponsored by the Communist Workers Party.
The details of what happened remain much in dispute. But a clash erupted between the marchers and the Klan and Nazi members.
Five marchers died.