A neo-Nazi teenager allegedly shot dead his girlfriend’s parents after they told her to end the relationship.
Buckley Kuhn-Fricker, 43, and husband Scott, 48, were found dead early on Friday morning at their home in Reston, Virginia.
Their daughter’s 17-year-old boyfriend was also found shot and is now recovering in hospital.
It is believed he shot himself after carrying out the murders, police say.
Family friends told the Washington Post the couple had been disturbed by online posts from their 16-year-old daughter’s new boyfriend after they started dating in June.
Mrs Kuhn-Fricker even told the private school both youngsters attended she was concerned about the boy’s behaviour after seeing he had been spreading hate on Twitter.
He had praised Hitler, supported Nazi book burnings, demanded ‘white revolution’ and shared an image on of a man hanging from a noose beneath a slur for gay people.
Mrs Kuhn-Fricker emailed a friend saying: ‘I would feel a little bad reporting him if his online access was to basically be a normal teen, but he is a monster, and I have no pity for people like that.
‘He made these choices. He is spreading hate.’
Police claim the teenager snuck into the family’s home on Thursday and when Scott Fricker told him to leave he shot both parents.
The couple’s children and relatives were inside the house at the time, after they had gathered to celebrate the Christmas holiday.
Police charged the 17-year-old – who has not been named – with two counts of murder on Saturday.
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