White Supremacist Convicted of Killing 3 at Kansas Jewish Centers

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Man guilty of murdering 3 at Kansas City Jewish sites.

Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. reacts after the judge denied his objections for jury instructions during his capital murder trial on Monday, Aug. 31, 2015, in the Johnson County Courthouse in Olathe, Kansas.White supremacist Frazier Glenn Cross was convicted Monday of capital murder in the killings of three people at two Kansas Jewish centers last year — convictions he’d predicted and told jurors he expected. After the verdict was announced, Miller, 74, of Aurora, Mo., said: “The fat lady just sang.” As jurors were filing out of the courtroom, he raised his right arm in the Nazi salute and told them: “You probably won’t sleep tonight.” The judge reminded Miller that the same jury will decide his sentence.

William Corporon, 69, and his 14-year-old grandson, Reat Underwood, outside Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City and Terri LaManno, 53, outside the Village Shalom retirement center in April 2014. The verdicts came after a wild morning in Olathe, Kansas, that saw District Judge Thomas Kelly Ryan eject Cross from the courtroom after he denounced all of the court officers as Jewish sympathizers. Miller spent much of his 30-minute closing argument on Monday afternoon explaining how he became what he termed an “activist for white rights.” Before he started to speak, he wrote on an easel, “Diversity is a code word for white genocide!” “Everything I did for our people, to secure the existence of our people and the future of white children,” he told the jurors, all of whom appeared to be white.

In fact, I hate every damn one of you because you are whores of the Jews.” Earlier, Cross told jurors in closing arguments that he wanted to avenge “the genocide against white people by Jews” and asked jurors to “show great courage” by finding him not guilty. Cross, who is in a wheelchair and has sometimes used an oxygen tank due to a lung illness, told jurors that he risked his life that day in April of last year to do something important for the cause of white people.

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