Hating Jews apparently is not justification for murder, or in other words, the U.S. courts still retains some sanity.
Frazier Glenn Cross Jr., the former KKK member who is on trial for the murder of three people at a Kansas City Jewish center last year, is upset at the court’s refusal to accept his novel self-defense After the judge warned Cross not go on an anti-Jew rant in his opening statement at the trial, the suspect responded:
If I can’t explain why I did it then I have no chance of being found not guilty,
Cross is his own lawyer in the trial. Judge Thomas Kelley rules him out of order when he turned to the jury and explain to them that Jews commit genocide against white people and control the media and banks. After his not-so-brilliant legal defense, the judge told the jurors to leave the courtroom.
However, the judge told Cross, also own as Glenn Miller, that he could express his hatred for Jews when the times to sentence him, assuming he is convicted.
Cross may have intended to murder Jews at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City and at a Jewish retirement home in Overland Park, Kansas.
Instead, he allegedly killed three non-Jews, including a 14-year-old boy and his grandfather.