RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The man charged with killing a print shop employee at a North Carolina community college says he’s a neo-Nazi who hates gay people.
Kenneth Morgan Stancil III told Raleigh’s WRAL-TV he killed Ron Lane earlier this week because Lane had made sexual advances to Stancil’s 16-year-old brother.
In a telephone interview from a Daytona Beach, Florida, jail, Stancil said Lane tried to take advantage of his brother.
“He ain’t physically touched him, but he was in the proposal to try to and I wasn’t going to let that happen,” Stancil said.
Stancil said Lane was looking for Stancil on Facebook and found his brother. A Goldsboro police spokesman did not immediately return a phone message Thursday about that allegation.
“I’d do anything necessary to take care of my family,” Stancil said.
He said he has no regrets about the shooting.
“I did what I did, and I’ve got to live with it. If I get life, I just get life. I’m a murderer, you know, what the hell do I got to care? I don’t give a damn if I go back to society.”
Stancil said he is a neo-Nazi who is concerned about the future of white children.
“I try to look out for my fellow white people,” he said. “I don’t believe in race mixing.”
He was asked if he hates gays.
“Yes, I do, with a passion,” he replied, though he said that was only one of the reasons he killed Lane, who had been his supervisor in a work study program at the college before he was fired for absenteeism.
Stancil also told the television station he had killed three other people, including two in the Wayne County area. But the sheriff’s department told the station it has no report of any unsolved homicides that match Stancil’s account.
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