Early in the five-page letter convicted Robert Joos wrote to the judge asking for an acquittal or a new trial, Joos claims a juror prejudiced his case when he referred to Joos as a "white supremacist."
Later in the letter, the McDonald County man showed just why that term is used to describe him.
"Racist remarks I'm accused of making is nothing more than pointing out facts, e.g. there are over 20 million illegal aliens in the U. S., responsible for over 40 percent of crimes. Whites were 35 percent of the world's population in 1900, but are now less than seven percent; whites are dying faster than birthing. In 1952, over 50 percent of U. S. population had blue eyes, now less than 16 percent. Less than two percent of the world's population are breeding age white females; all to point out that Revelation 7:4 (Israelites being a subgroup of the white race) is rapidly approaching."
Later, Joos compares himself to Jesus Christ:
"I now understand the mindset of those who crucified." Joos said his public defender was "typical of the kind of lawyer Christ had to deal with."
Joos said the prosecution and his public defender werw working together to destroy his church.
Joos is being held in the St. Clair County Jail until his sentencing.