Neo-Nazi suspect in killing of gay North Carolina man: I hate gay people ‘with a passion’

The man who confessed to killing a gay North Carolina man on April 13 says he has no remorse for his actions and that he hates gay people “with a passion.”

“I don’t take remorse for nothing. I did what I did and I got to live with it. If I get life (in prison), I get life,”said Kenneth Morgan Stancil III in an exclusive phone interview from a Florida jail with Raleigh TV station WRAL. “I’m a (expletive) murderer. What the (expletive) do I gotta care? I don’t give a damn if I go back to society.”

Murder victim Ron Lane
Murder victim Ron Lane

Investigators say Stancil walked into the Wayne Community College print shop in Goldsboro, North Carolina on Monday morning and filed a single shot from a 12-gauge pump shotgun, killing 44-year-old Ron Lane instantly. The openly gay Lane ran the print shop and had fired Stancil at the beginning of March.

Stancil told WRAL that Lane deserved to die because he made sexual advances towards his 16-year-old brother via Facebook messages.

“He didn’t touch him,” said Stancil, 20. “But he was in the proposal to try to, and I wasn’t going to let that happen. I took it in my hands to take care of the business that needed to be took care of.”

Stancil also said he is a neo-Nazi and hates gay people “with a passion.” He also claims to have killed two black men and a Hispanic man in the last four years.

Stancil was arrested in Florida on Tuesday and was wrestled out of the courtroom during a Thursday arraignment after repeatedly cursing at the judge.

Watch the video of him being hauled out of the courtroom by a group of deputies: