US man accused in Jewish site killings pleads not guilty
Mar. 27, 2015
OLATHE, Kansas (AP) — A white supremacist has pleaded not guilty to charges that he gunned down three people last year at Jewish sites in the Kansas City area.
Seventy-four-year-old Frazier Glenn Miller entered the pleas Friday during a court appearance.
He was ordered earlier this month to stand trial on charges of capital murder, three counts of attempted first-degree murder, and one count each of aggravated assault and criminal discharge of a weapon at a structure.
Prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty if Miller is convicted.
Miller has said he felt a duty to kill Jews before his death, which he believed to be imminent because he suffers from emphysema.
A judge Friday denied Miller's request for Internet access while he's jailed awaiting trial.