Attorney for Frazier Cross seeks change of venue
OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — Attorneys for the man charged with killing three people at Jewish sites in suburban Kansas City have filed 21 motions as they prepare for trial.
The Kansas City Star reports attorneys are seeking a change of venue for Frazier Glenn Miller, who is scheduled for trial Aug. 17 for capital murder for the deaths of three deaths in Overland Park last April.
Miller has said he was trying to kill Jews, although all of his victims were Christians. He told The Associated Press this week that he plans to plead guilty. One of the motions asks that Miller be able to do explain his actions during the penalty phase of his trial without being put under oath or cross examination.
A motion hearing is scheduled for May 14.