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White supremacist slated to offer defense in capital murder trial for Jewish site shootings

  • Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. addresses the jury from the witness stand during his capital murder trial in the Johnson County Courthouse on Friday, Aug. 28, 2015, in Olathe, Kan. 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. addresses the jury from the witness stand during his capital murder trial in the Johnson County Courthouse on Friday, Aug. 28, 2015, in Olathe, Kan. 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. is sworn in before taking the witness stand during his capital murder trial in the Johnson County Courthouse on Friday, Aug. 28, 2015, in Olathe, Kan. 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. is sworn in before taking the witness stand during his capital murder trial in the Johnson County Courthouse on Friday, Aug. 28, 2015, in Olathe, Kan. 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 Judge Kelly Ryan listens from the bench during the capital murder trial of Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. in the Johnson County Courthouse on Friday, Aug.  28, 2015, in Olathe, Kan.   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 Judge Kelly Ryan listens from the bench during the capital murder trial of Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. in the Johnson County Courthouse on Friday, Aug. 28, 2015, in Olathe, Kan. 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)

A Missouri man who says he killed three people in suburban Kansas City last year because he thought they were Jewish gets his chance to defend himself against a capital murder charge

It's unclear how much evidence Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. will be allowed to present. He's scheduled to present his defense on Friday.

Miller admits driving to two Jewish sites in Overland Park, Kansas, in April 2014 with the intent of killing Jews. He has pleaded not guilty because he says Jewish people are committing genocide against the white race and it was his duty to stop them.

None of the victims was Jewish.

Judge Thomas Kelly Ryan has warned Miller against presenting evidence that doesn't address whether he fired the fatal shots.

Prosecutors finished their case Thursday.