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Shooter synagogue Pittsburgh brought to court

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PITTSBURGH – The 46-year-old suspect of the attack on the synagogue in Pittsburgh, where eleven people were shot, Monday, appear before the court. He took largely silent knowledge of the criminal charges.

Robert Bowers in the US released photos.

The 46-year-old Robert Bowers, who also was shot but not seriously injured, was in a wheelchair in the courtroom pulled to pieces to sign and indicate that he’s in a total of 29 charges, including. The next session is Thursday.

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Bowers has in the past been anti-semitic material is disseminated through the internet. The attack was the deadliest ever on the jewish community in the USA. If convicted, the offender is lifelong. He is not out on bail, free.

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