Supremacist says he was found fit for murder trial
KANSAS CITY (AP) - An avowed white supremacist accused of killing three people outside two suburban Kansas City Jewish facilities on the eve of Passover says a mental evaluation has determined that he's mentally fit to stand trial.
Aurora, Missouri, resident Frazier Glenn Miller is charged with capital murder in the April 13 attacks outside a Jewish community center in Leawood, Kansas, and a nearby Overland Park retirement home.
The 73-year-old told The Associated Press one of his attorneys informed him last week that a court-ordered competency evaluation found he is mentally sound.
Johnson County, Kansas, District Attorney Steve Howe says a judge has issued a gag order that prevents him or other attorneys from discussing the case.
Multiple phone messages left for Miller's lawyers were not returned.