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New federal charges were filed on Tuesday against the man accused of carrying out a shooting attack at a Chabad synagogue near San Diego, California in April, according to WMCTV news.
A federal grand jury filed a revised indictment against the shooter, adding four counts of discharging a firearm during crimes of violence. He's already pleaded not guilty to 109 federal charges including committing a hate crime and to state charges, including murder.
Prosecutors have not yet decided whether to seek the death penalty.
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