A Kansas jury found Frazier Glenn Miller guilty of capital murder in the 2014 shooting deaths of three people outside two Jewish facilities in Overland Park.
Miller, 74, a self-proclaimed anti-Semite gave a Nazi salute after the verdicts on Monday and said, "I believe the fat lady just sang," according to the Kansas City Star
The Johnson County jury also found Miller guilty of three counts of attempted first-degree murder for shooting at other people on April 13 outside the Jewish Community Center and the Village Shalom retirement community.
Miller was convicted of aggravated assault for pointing his shotgun at a woman and asking if she was Jewish. Miller reportedly put the weapon down when she answered no.
Killed were Terri LaManno, 53, William Corporon, 69, and Reat Underwood, 14.
During the sentencing phase of his trial on Tuesday, Miller was described by The Associated Press
as rambling about the control of the media, banking and government by Jews and how the issues "made him want to do something about it."
Miller, representing himself at the trial, played videos and showed newspaper articles of him and others marching with Confederate flags. He also played videos of featuring Russian President Vladimir Putin, former French Prime Minister Nicolas Sarkozy, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, Ku Klux Klan leader and former Louisiana state Rep. David Duke.
The Star said Miller planned to call two friends to speak on his behalf Wednesday and perhaps his son F. Glenn Miller III.
One of the friends expected to testify, Dan Clevenger, resigned as mayor of Marionville, Missouri, after making anti-Semitic comments in connection with Miller’s arrest. Marionville's aldermen had started impeachment proceeding against him when he left office.
Geraldine Perry of Aurora, Missouri, the other friend, partners with Miller in a dog breeding business.
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