Kansas killer death order
A WHITE supremacist who fatally shot three people outside two Jewish sites in Kansas last year has been sentenced to death.
Frazier Glenn Miller, a 74-year-old former Ku Klux Klan leader, went on a shooting rampage in April 2014 in front of two different Jewish community buildings in Overland Park.
Miller was convicted this week and sentenced to death by lethal injection, after telling jurors that he did not care what sentence he was given.
He has a long history of antisemitic and racist attacks, and ran several white supremacist groups in the 1980s. He said he wanted to kill Jews because he believed they had too much power.
Presiding over the case, Judge Thomas Kelly Ryan told him: “Your attempt to bring hate to this community, to bring terror to this community has failed.”
Miller shouted “Heil Hitler” before being removed from the courtroom.