Miller said he was targeting Jews, although none of the three victims were Jewish
OLATHE, Kan. (AP) – An avowed white supremacist who admitted that he killed three people outside of two Kansas Jewish sites seemed upbeat as jury section began in his capital murder trial.
Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. was wheeled into a Johnson County courtroom Monday wearing a jacket and tie and with his hair neatly combed.
The 74-year-old Aurora, Missouri, man has chronic emphysema and has been using a wheelchair and oxygen during courtroom proceedings since his April 2014 arrest.
Miller has admitted that he gunned down a woman, man and teenager outside of two Jewish centers in Overland Park, Kansas. He said he was targeting Jews, although none of the three were Jewish.
Miller is representing himself in the trial, which is expected to last several weeks. He could get the death penalty.