Transcript for Suspect in Kansas JCC Shooting Charged with Murder
The suspect in court for the first time on Tuesday. Formally charged with killing three in a hate crime at two jewish centers over the weekend. Potentially facing the death penalty if convicted. ABC's Steve osunsami joins us from Overland Park, Kansas, with the latest. Good morning, Steve. Reporter: Good morning, robin. The accused gunman had no friends or family in the courtroom, outside of reporters and lawyers. The only other witnesses were two women from the jewish community center who came to see justice at work. Wearing a jailed-issued suicide prevention gown and looking disoriented, 73-year-old Frazier Glenn cross made his first court appearance, telling the judge he needed a court-appointed lawyer. I don't have no money. Reporter: The judge set his bond at $10 million and assigned him a lawyer from Topeka. He did not enter a plea. State prosecutors charged him with first-degree murder for the shooting death of terry lamanno. And capital murder for the killing of rat Underwood and his grandfather, Ka William Corporan in the parking lot of the jewish community center. It has the most serious penalty, which is the potential of the death penalty. Reporter: The D.A. Says more charges could come later. We are continuing this investigation. And there's a good possibility that additional charges could be forthcoming. Reporter: Federal prosecutors may pursue their own case, as well, as they believe this former grand dragon of the Ku klux Klan intended to kill Jews, even though all of the victims happened to be Christians. His next court appearance is now April 24th. And now begins the funerals and memorials. Funeral services for the 14-year-old and his grandfather are Friday. George? Thinking of all those families. We're going to turn to the
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