KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 28 (UPI) -- The man on trial for killing three people at a Kansas Jewish community center last year was anything but apologetic Friday, as he boasted about his murders and said he wishes he would have killed more people.
When prompted, he almost seemed gleeful about what he did on April 13, 2014 -- when police say he shotgunned down three people at the Jewish Community Center and Village Shalom care center.
"I'm proud of myself. I feel good about it," Miller, who is representing himself in the trial, said. "On most days, it's the first thing I think about in the morning, and the last thing I think about at night."
According to prosecutors, Miller believes a conspiracy exists among some in the Jewish faith to destroy the white race.
"I wanted to kill them, and I wanted to kill them quick," the accused murderer said.
As a courtroom full of spectators looking on, Miller even admitted that the only regret he has is that he didn't kill more people. Out to kill Jews, the three victims -- William Corporon, 69, his grandson Reat Underwood, 14, and Terri LaManno, 53 -- were Christians.
Friday, Miller reportedly asked the jury to acquit him of murder charges based on the premise that Jewish people have too much power in the world.
"I had no criminal intent, I had a patriotic intent to stop genocide against my people," he said.
Miller, a former Ku Klux Klan member, rested his case Friday afternoon and each side will begin closing arguments Monday.
If convicted, Miller, 74, faces the death penalty.