Reportedly, it took less than two hours for a jury to find Frazier Glenn Miller, Jr. guilty on all charges in the 2014 Kansas City shootings at two Jewish centers, according to a KCTV5 breaking news report.
The admitted white supremacist aka Glenn Miller, who was on a “mission to slay Jews,” reportedly has a terminal illness. Still, the state wants to impose the death penalty in the anti-Semitic attacks that left three dead.
Miller, 74, represented himself in the murder trial involving his role in the deaths of three Christians in April of last year. According to Reuters, a 12-person jury panel — five women, seven men — returned guilty verdicts in the Kansas City shooting spree. The defendant was also found guilty on three more counts of attempted murder. Apparently, the anti-Jewish extremist fired shots at three other victims. However, none of those killed were Jews at the centers, according to Reuters.
Although Miller admitted to killing the victims, he did not plead guilty. He believes the deaths were necessary to protect white gentiles from being controlled and ruled over by Jews. He claims they have “too much power.”
— CBS News (@CBSNews) August 31, 2015
Two killed in the murderous rampage in Overland Park, Reat Underwood, 14, and Underwood’s grandfather, 69-year-old William Corporon, didn’t have a chance. They were both shot at close range outside the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City. The third murder victim, Terri LaManno, 53, was shot outside a nearby Jewish retirement home.
After the Kansas City shootings, the white supremacist said it took him four days to realize none of the victims were Jews. However, he only admitted remorse for killing the young teen boy.
During the trial proceedings, the judge ejected several times for coarse language and ongoing rambling. Judge Thomas Kelly Ryan admonished him and threatened a mistrial. Still, the convicted man barked his dismay with the judicial system after the court asked for respect.
“Please show some respect. Respect? I have no respect for you, this court or any damn thing associated with it. In fact, I hate every damn one of you because you are whores of the Jews.”
In a final push of defiance, Miller addressed the jury. He said he was a “compassionate killer,” and was only trying to do something good for his race.
“Everything I did was for you, for your children, your grand children and for future generations of our people.”