Man charged in Jewish site killings sought to explain motive

A white supremacist accused of killing three people at Jewish sites in suburban Kansas City, made it only a few words into the first sentence of his opening statement before a state attorney objected and jurors were removed from the courtroom.

Frazier Glenn Miller, who is representing himself, had told Judge Thomas Kelly Ryan earlier that he twice offered to plead guilty to

first-degree murder if prosecutors would take the death penalty off the table, but they refused.

The prosecutor began his opening statement with what he said was a quote from Miller as he was sitting in a police car in a parking lot where he was found shortly after the shootings: “My name’s Glenn Miller, I am an anti-Semite, I hate goddamned Jews. How many did I get?”

Judge Ryan told Miller he couldn’t present to jurors his belief that the mainstream media and the Federal Reserve are controlled by Jews, or argue that Jewish people are committing genocide against the white race.



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