Kansas officers speak about Jewish site shootings at hearing
OLATHE, Kan. (AP) - A judge was considering requests Wednesday to suppress evidence filed on behalf of an avowed white supremacist charged with killing three people at two Jewish sites in Kansas.
Previous attorneys for 74-year-old Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. filed the motions, but the Aurora, Missouri, man was representing himself. He asked a judge Wednesday to withdraw the motions, but the judge refused and said he would rule at a July 17 hearing.
Miller was charged with capital murder in the April 2014 killings in the Kansas City suburb of Overland Park.
Miller has said he is dying from emphysema and went to the sites to kill Jewish people. All three victims were Christians.
Law enforcement officers who responded in the chaotic first moments were among the witnesses who testified Wednesday.