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Prosecution rests in capital murder case of Missouri white supremacist accused of killing 3

  • Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. requests a continuance after the prosecution rested their case during Miller's capital murder trial in the Johnson County Courthouse on Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, in Olathe, Kansas. Miller is charged with the April 13, 2014 shooting deaths of three people outside of Overland Park Jewish facilities  in suburban Kansas City.  (Shane Keyser /The Kansas City Star via AP, Pool)

    Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. requests a continuance after the prosecution rested their case during Miller's capital murder trial in the Johnson County Courthouse on Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, in Olathe, Kansas. Miller is charged with the April 13, 2014 shooting deaths of three people outside of Overland Park Jewish facilities in suburban Kansas City. (Shane Keyser /The Kansas City Star via AP, Pool)  (The Associated Press)

  • Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. argues with the court while requesting a continuance during his capital murder trial in the Johnson County Courthouse on Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, in Olathe, Kansas. Miller is charged with the April 13, 2014 shooting deaths of three people outside of  Overland Park Jewish facilities  in suburban Kansas City.  (Shane Keyser /The Kansas City Star via AP, Pool)

    Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. argues with the court while requesting a continuance during his capital murder trial in the Johnson County Courthouse on Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, in Olathe, Kansas. Miller is charged with the April 13, 2014 shooting deaths of three people outside of Overland Park Jewish facilities in suburban Kansas City. (Shane Keyser /The Kansas City Star via AP, Pool)  (The Associated Press)

  • Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe, left, hands a CD containing phone conversations of Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. to Overland Park Detective Gary Borstelman after a recording of Miller's jailhouse confession was played during Miller's capital murder trial in the Johnson County Courthouse on Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, in Olathe, Kansas. Miller is charged with the April 13, 2014 shooting deaths of three people outside of  Overland Park Jewish facilities  in suburban Kansas City.  (Shane Keyser /The Kansas City Star via AP, Pool)

    Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe, left, hands a CD containing phone conversations of Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. to Overland Park Detective Gary Borstelman after a recording of Miller's jailhouse confession was played during Miller's capital murder trial in the Johnson County Courthouse on Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, in Olathe, Kansas. Miller is charged with the April 13, 2014 shooting deaths of three people outside of Overland Park Jewish facilities in suburban Kansas City. (Shane Keyser /The Kansas City Star via AP, Pool)  (The Associated Press)

Prosecutors have rested their case in the capital murder trial of a Missouri white supremacist who acknowledges killing three people at two Jewish centers in suburban Kansas City.

Jurors on Thursday heard recordings of two phone calls Miller made from the Johnson County jail, in which he admitted killing a 69-year-old man, his 14-year-old grandson and a 53-year-old woman in Overland Park, Kansas, in April 2014.

District Attorney Steve Howe announced afterward that he was finished presenting his case.

Miller asked Judge Thomas Kelly Ryan to postpone the defense part of the case until Monday because he's not prepared. Ryan reminded the 74-year-old he's the one who demanded a speedy trial and fired his attorneys.

Ryan said he would rule on the request after speaking with Miller behind closed doors.