OLATHE, Kan. – The latest on a white supremacist convicted of capital murder for killing three people at two Jewish sites in the Kansas City area (all times local):
A white supremacist will make his final plea to jurors before they consider whether he should receive the death sentence for killing three people at two Jewish sites in suburban Kansas City.
Frazier Glenn Miller is acting as his own attorney in his capital murder trial. The 74-year-old man and the prosecution will wrap up their cases Tuesday morning.
Miller, of Aurora, Missouri, says he targeted Jewish sites to stop genocide against the white race. None of his victims was Jewish. Miller blames a "case of mistaken identity."
On Friday, when jurors were not in the courtroom, he said he is more likely to be considered a martyr if he is put on death row.
Kansas has not carried out an execution since reinstating the death penalty in 1994.