Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre Suspect Was ‘Pretty Much a Ghost’ – New York Times

New York Times
PITTSBURGH — Robert Bowers, the man accused of gunning down 11 congregants in a virulently anti-Semitic rampage at a Pittsburgh synagogue, was an isolated, awkward man who lived alone and struggled with basic human interactions, neighbors and …
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