Robert Bowers' attorney is a noted death penalty lawyer whose past clients have included a 9/11 conspirator and Unabomber Ted Kaczynski.
If convicted, Robert Bowers could face the death penalty for a mass shooting that left 11 dead in a quiet Pittsburgh neighborhood.
Ari Mahler, a nurse at Allegheny General Hospital, was tasked with caring for suspected Tree of Life synagogue shooter Robert Bowers.
Robert Bowers offered to help League of the South's Brad Griffin find a more recent address for a blogger who closely tracked white supremacists.
"Stop it!" the Iowa Republican said when a man asked point-blank whether he identified as a white supremacist.
A grand jury issued a 44-count indictment that charges him with murder and hate crimes after he killed 11 people at the Tree of Life synagogue.
Authorities say Robert Bowers, a 46-year-old truck driver, raged against Jews as he gunned down 11 and wounded six.
The GOP is appealing to its base of angry white voters with anti-immigrant, anti-Black and anti-Muslim rhetoric. In other words, white supremacy.
“There was nothing 'happy' about the tragedy inflicted upon our country,” the artist’s lawyers wrote.
“The first people that took care of him were all Jewish,” said Dr. Jeffrey Cohen, the president of Allegheny General Hospital, where the suspect in the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history was treated.
The nonprofit has often criticized the Trump administration's drastic cutbacks in refugees admitted to the U.S.
Former patient Michael Kerr said Jerry Rabinowitz helped him survive the "most terrifying time" of his life and had a reputation for “keeping us alive the longest.”
Shooting suspect Robert Bowers is scheduled to appear in court early Monday afternoon for a hearing.
"We will work together as one. We will defeat hate with love," Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto said after the shooting at the city's Tree of Life synagogue.
"We wish to respond to evil with good."
Students from a high school near the Tree of Life synagogue organized the event in the hours after the shooting.
President Donald Trump condemned the apparent anti-Semitic attack on the Tree of Life synagogue in Pennsylvania.
"Thoughts and prayers" are only followed by more bad news, Jeffrey Myers wrote to his congregation just months ago.
Hate showed what it is truly capable of in America this week.