The Washington Post, however, reported that according to friends and family, the couple disapproved of their daughter's romance and convinced her to end the relationship. Police say the teen then shot the couple and himself.
A teenage girl's "outspoken Neo Nazi" boyfriend allegedly killed his girlfriend's parents after they ordered their daughter to break up with him because they thought he was a white supremacist.
A few days before her death, Ms. Kuhn-Fricker emailed administrators at her daughter's high school and attached images of social media posts she attributed to her daughter's boyfriend that included anti-Semitic and homophobic content and referenced Hitler, Nazi book burnings and white supremacy, The Post reported. "We don't associate with hate groups in our house".
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'.
The girl's family staged an intervention Wednesday, took her to a friend's house in Washington, D.C., and tried to convince her to stay away from him.
In her email to school staff, she said the boy was a "monster" who was 'spreading hate'.
Buckley's mother Janet Kuhn confirmed that the couple were having issues with the suspect.
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Buckley Kuhn-Fricker was an elder care expert and licensed attorney, according to her company website. She first became suspicious when her daughter mentioned her boyfriend knew a lot about history and then said, "Did you know that Jews are partly to blame for WWII?"
Police have not said if the suspect will be charged as an adult.
Scott Fricker worked for the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Police said 17-year-old Lorton boy was charged with murder after shooting Buckley Kuhn-Fricker, 43, and her husband 48-year-old Scott Fricker, in their Reston, Virgina, home.
According to detectives, four other family members who were home at the time of the shooting were not hurt.
"I don't think there's anything else they could have done, but who could ever foresee anything this terrible?"
Buckley was my friend and defied the darkness growing in this country.