U.S. Attorney General says Pittsburgh shooter may get death penalty
By REUTERSUpdated: OCTOBER 28, 2018 00:28
WASHINGTON- The U.S. Department of Justice will file hate crime and other criminal charges against the gunman who killed 11 worshippers and wounded six other people at a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said.The charges could lead to the death penalty, Sessions said in a statement."Hatred and violence on the basis of religion can have no place in our society," Sessions said. "These alleged crimes are reprehensible and utterly repugnant to the values of this nation.
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