A Missouri white supremacist, who is accused of killing three people at two separate Jewish centers in Kansas. has planned to plead guilty to charges of capital murder. Reports state that he will plead guilty rather than a long trial due to his diminishing health.
Frazier Glenn Miller, of Aurora, Missouri, reporters during a phone call from the penitentiary on Monday that the man does not believe he is not going to live long because of his health. He said he wants a chance to speak before a judge about the crimes he committed and why he did them.
Miller, who is now 74, is accused of shooting and killing Reat Griffin Underwood, 14, and William Lewis Corporon, 69, at the Overland Park, Kansas, Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City, on April 13, 2014. Just a few minutes after, he fatally shot 53-year-old Terri LaMano at a Jewish retirement home close by the first shooting.
According to Miller, he planned and committed the deadly white supremacist attacks. He said it was his sole intent to make use of the pending trial as a means to, “put the Jews to trial where they belong.”
By Alex Lemieux
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