Pittsburgh Police Reveal Disturbing Statement from Accused Tree of Life Synagogue Shooter Before the Attack

Pittsburgh Police Reveal Disturbing Statement from Accused Tree of Life Synagogue Shooter Before the Attack


The federal judge in the capital murder case against Robert Bowers in the 2018 Pittsburgh synagogue massacre told lawyers Wednesday she wants a list of pretrial motions and plans to reassess the status of the long-delayed case in January.

U.S. District Judge Donetta Ambrose presided over a two-day evidentiary hearing in Pittsburgh this week to determine whether prosecutors will be allowed to use statements at trial that Bowers is believed to have made to police and investigators immediately after the attack.

Ambrose gave the sides more than a month to make arguments in writing after hearing officers, paramedics and investigators recount statements by Bowers that indicate he was motivated by a hatred of Jewish people.

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Bowers was not in court for this week’s hearing.

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