Pittsburgh synagogue shooting: Suspect charged with murder – BBC News
Pittsburgh synagogue shooting: Suspect charged with murder – BBC News Prosecutors in the United States have charged a man with 29 offense is including hate crimes on murder in connection with a mass shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, 11 people died off. The gunman opened fire at 6 is what wounded suspect has been named as 46 year old Robert Fallas on North America. Correspondent Gary O’Donoghue has this report just a few short hours off to the hatefield 11 Jewish worship. His hundreds of people from this community came to grieve and to comfort one another. Some chose to speak up some just a stand and remain silent. Ellen shocking. This over the horror of water taken place full day. The police were at the scene of the shooting meticulously Gathering that evidence that she has scale of brutality of the crime becoming clearer by the minute later. In the evening, Robert Bowers was indicted with 29 separate charges laid against him. Many accusing him of murder motivated by religious hatred, election campaigning in Illinois, announcing his intention to travel to Pittsburgh in the coming days. He’S also ordered Flags be flown at half-mast on the White House and other Federal buildings for the next 4 days. This evil antisymmetric attack is an assault on all of us. It’S an assault on Humanity, lights are the names of those who died, will be released. Answer questions about how someone with such a flagrantly anti-semitic online presence wasn’t picked up. A Justice will be Swift and severe before the Jewish community of Squirrel Hill. Take a long, long time to come to terms with how someone could commit such a hateful crime. BBC news Pittsburgh. A man suspected of killing 11 people in a synagogue in Pittsburgh has been charged with murder – in what is believed to be the worst anti-Semitic attack in recent US history.
Robert Bowers, 46, is accused of opening fire at the Tree of Life synagogue during its Sabbath service.
He faces 29 criminal counts, including use of a firearm to commit murder.
Federal prosecutors say they will also file hate crime charges, and the suspect could face the death penalty.
President Donald Trump described the attack as a “wicked act of mass murder”.
Six people – including four police officers – were injured in Saturday’s attack.
The suspect was also wounded in a shootout with police.
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