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Jury could decide if white supremacist is guilty of killing 3 people

OLATHE, Kan._Jurors are set to hear closing arguments this morning in the trial for a man accused of killing three people, including a former Stephens County doctor and his grandson. The panel will then decide Frazier Cross's fate, which could lead to the death penalty.

He is a white supremacist who admitted he drove to two Jewish sites in Kansas in April 2014, intending to kill Jews. Doctor William Corporon and his 14-year-old grandson were his first two victims. The third was a Kansas woman.

Cross has pleaded not guilty because he says Jewish people are committing genocide against the white race, and it was his duty to stop them. None of the victims were Jewish.

He has been representing himself in the murder trial.

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