Listen: Pittsburgh, Robert Bowers, Brian Kemp discussed on The Weekly Check Up
"Plus net community. We're very diverse. We're not going to be afraid of this. We were out and about in the thousands last night. We're going to be out about today. That's Pittsburgh city councilman Corey O'Connor the day after eleven people were shot and killed at a synagogue in. Pittsburgh's squirrel hill neighborhood. There is a vigil plan for tonight with heightened security tomorrow. The man accused of carrying out the massacre will make his first court appearance ABC's Aaron Katersky has more the suspect Robert Bowers is now in the hospital under guard and in federal custody. The FBI said there's nothing to indicate he had accomplices but the damage Bowers allegedly did on his own evident in the victims, including a ninety seven year old two brothers in a husband and wife. It's not clear why he picked tree of life congregation. Pittsburgh. Mayor Bill Peduto called the Saturday of the attack the darkest day in Pittsburgh's history. The attack is being investigated as a hate crime twenty two of the criminal counts filed against Bowers carry the death penalty. Brian Clark, ABC news, sixty three. Degrees right now on Peachtree street. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up the candidates for Georgia governor respond to that synagogue shooting. Democrats. Stacey Abrams criticized what she calls the vicious anti-semitism stoked by hateful rhetoric. She also said, quote, we must also commit ourselves to finding common sense solutions to end gun violence and ensure all right to save communities, Republican Brian Kemp did not mention the gun rights debate. But he did condemn what he calls the deranged killer and said, quote, we stand with the Jewish community against violence hate and bigotry. Breaking news. I I this is W SP twenty four hour continuing news suspicious package investigation at hartsfield-jackson airport is."