The latest on the trial of a white supremacist charged with capital murder for the deaths of three people at two Jewish sites in the Kansas City area:
A Kansas judge is warning a white supremacist that he will permanently eject him from the courtroom or declare a mistrial if there are further outbursts during his murder trial.
While discussing jury instructions Monday morning, Judge Thomas Kelly Ryan told Frazier Glenn Miller that he must "behave" in order to continue to represent himself in the death penalty case. Miller groused before finally agreeing, "I will take it under advisement and try to improve."
Ryan ejected Miller from the courtroom before closing arguments scheduled for Monday after Miller said he didn't respect the process by using an anti-Semitic comment to criticize the court system.
Miller has admitted but pleaded not guilty to fatally shooting three people in April 2014 at two Jewish sites in the Kansas City area.
A judge has ejected a white supremacist from a Kansas courtroom after the man objected to jury instructions in his murder trial, saying he doesn't respect the process.
Frazier Glenn Miller is acting as his own attorney. The 74-year-old repeatedly complained Monday that the court was telling the jurors what to think.
Judge Thomas Kelly Ryan had been preparing the jury for closing arguments.
Miller called the instructions unconstitutional. The judge told him to show some respect and Miller replied that he had none, prompting his ejection.
Miller has admitted he fatally shot three people at two Jewish sites in the Kansas City area in April last year, but pleaded not guilty, calling the death of Jews necessary.
He could face the death penalty if convicted.