Memorializing The Victims

By Jay Gray

Published 04/17 2014 05:02PM

Updated 04/17 2014 05:05PM

(NBC News) Attorney General Eric Holder joined grieving families and friends at a Memorial to honor the victims in Overland Park, Kansas.

Dr. William Corporon, his grandson 14-year-old Reat Underwood, and Terri Lamanno were killed by 73-year-old Frazier Glenn Cross, a self-proclaimed white supremacist during a shooting rampage at two Jewish centers over the weekend.

Mr. Holder spoke Thursday about the shootings reaffirming that hate crimes don't define who Americans are as a country.

"Every alleged hate crime, no matter who the intended target, is an affront to who we are and who we always have been, as a country and as a people," said Holder.

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