A judge determined Friday there is enough evidence for the suspected shooter in the April shooting at a Southern California synagogue to stand trial.
A federal judge on Tuesday entered a not guilty plea for the 19-year-old California man who faces 109 civil rights and hate crimes charges in connection with a deadly shooting at a synagogue last month.
The suspect in last month's shooting at a synagogue in Poway, California, now faces more than a hundred federal civil rights and hate crime charges, according to federal prosecutors.
John T. Earnest, the accused synagogue shooter, may have summed it up best himself.
When a gunman opened fire in a synagogue in California, killing one and injuring three others, Lori Kaye jumped between the shooter and the rabbi.
A 19-year-old man was in custody after a shooting at a California synagogue on the last day of Passover left one person dead and several others wounded, the city's mayor said Saturday.