Sessions: Death Penalty On The Table For Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooter

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Saturday that the Justice Department is filing federal hate crime charges that could lead to the death penalty for Robert Bowers, the 46-year-old man who murdered 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue.

“These alleged crimes are reprehensible and utterly repugnant to the values of this nation. Accordingly, the Department of Justice will file hate crimes and other criminal charges against the defendant, including charges that could lead to the death penalty,” Sessions said.

Read more at The Daily Caller.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. The authorities must monitor haters on social media and the when hate such as was spewed by this murderer is seen they must immediately take away any guns that he has even if they were originally obtained legally.

  2. I don’t like or trust Mr. Sessions, based on how he’s performed as AG till now. I think President Trump should replace him right after the midterm elections.

  3. Sessions, obsessions, recessions and consessions are all things that we don’t like. Was he sleeping when Trump said this or is he looking for attention?

    The only thing that will stop these crazy people, is to hang them in time square within a week of the crime, after that is simply a bit late to make an impact.

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