Suspected neo-Nazi charged with killing his girlfriend's parents
- Author: Michelle Webb Dec 25, 2017,
Dec 25, 2017, 3:08
Scott Fricker had a doctorate and worked at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Janet Kuhn said. "He is spreading hate". He shot the couple and then shot himself in the head, a detective told Kuhn, according to the Post.
After an intervention with the daughter, her family convinced her to break up with the boyfriend.
A friend who spoke on condition of anonymity to the Post recalled Kuhn-Fricker fretting over her daughter's relationship and saying, "We can't allow her to see someone associated with Nazis".
"But the boy continued to creep into her home and Kuhn-Fricker told a friend he had sent this message to his mother on Thursday night: "[The boyfriend] was sneaking into our house at night...and is an outspoken Neo Nazi.
"They kept a tight eye on her and they disapproved of all the time she was spending with him", Kuhn said, adding that the teens would talk for "hours on the phone".
The guardians went to monitor their little girl Friday morning, after perhaps hearing a sound, an analyst told the girlfriend's grandma.
They found the boy in their daughter's bedroom and Scott Fricker yelled at him to get out and never return again.
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The boy then pulled out a gun and fatally shot both parents before turning the gun on himself. Kuhn-Fricker became interested in elder issues because her mother was an elder-law attorney.
Police have not said if the suspect will be charged as an adult.
She started a company to help the elderly in 2005 called Buckley's For Seniors, which she ran from home. He will be charged with the Frickers' double murders pending his recovery.
The police allegedly haven't found a rationale yet family members and companions pointed the finger at it on "the couple's battle to keep detest out of their home", the Post announced, refering to family members.
Friday morning, Buckley's final post on Facebook was a quote that reads: "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing".
Friends and family wondered if the resurgence of hate groups in the country, represented by events like the deadly protest in Charlottesville over the summer, have emboldened those with racially divisive ideas.