A 17-year-old boy has been charged for murder after he shot dead his girlfriend's parents in Virginia, U.S., for their discontentment over his relationship with their daughter.
"We can't allow her to see someone associated with Nazis", a friend who spoke on the condition of anonymity recalled Kuhn-Fricker saying. "They were another piece of this group yet we as a whole truly enjoyed them in particular". But only hours later on Friday night, Buckley Kuhn-Fricker and her husband discovered the boyfriend had snuck into their daughter's bedroom.
Mrs. Kuhn-Fricker - a social justice activist who specialized in improving the lives of the elderly - saw messages on her daughter's phone attributed to an online account believed to be operated by the teen boy, who the Post declined to name.
Family members recently tried to persuade Ms. Kuhn-Fricker's 16-year-old daughter to stop seeing the teenager because they anxious he was sharing white-supremacist ideas with her, Janet Kuhn, Ms. Kuhn-Fricker's mother, told The Washington Post.
Scott Fricker had a doctorate and worked at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Janet Kuhn said.
The parents according to fox5dc were concerned that their daughter's involvement with the 17 year old youth would bring 'hate into their homes'. (@MayDayRVA) December 24, 2017Buckley Kuhn Fricker stages an intervention to get teen daughter to stop seeing Neo Nazi boyfriend. "He is spreading hate", Kuhn-Fricker wrote in an email to the principal obtained by The Post. Fairfax County police did not immediately return an inquiry seeking more information on the suspect.
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.
Ironically the last post on Kuhn-Fricker's Facebook wall was a quote from Irish philosopher Edmund Burke, which read, 'The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing'.
Buckley was my friend and defied the darkness growing in this country.