A mass shooting suspect will face a possible death sentence for expressing regret he did not murder more people at a Pittsburgh synagogue.
Mass Shooting Suspect Convicted After Murdering Eleven and Injuring Others at Pittsburgh Synagogue
A 50-year-old mass shooting suspect named Robert Bowers was convicted after murdering eleven people, including worshippers, and injuring others inside a synagogue in Pittsburgh, wherein the mass shooting suspect later admitted in the investigation that he regrets not killing more people during the tragic incident.
According to authorities, the mass shooting suspect posted numerous rants and attacks directed at the Jewish people on his social media accounts, claiming that all of them should die before the mass shooting suspect planned and conducted the mass shooting using a rifle and other weapons inside the synagogue.
The defense team of the mass shooting suspect tried to present an insanity plea, but mental experts disagreed that the mass shooting suspect was suffering from any mental health illness during the attack, stating that the mass shooting suspect knew what he was doing and was even happy with the tragic incident.
Mass Shooting Suspect Will Face Possible Death Sentence After Killing Eleven and Injuring Others Inside Synagogue
The defense team of the mass shooting suspect aimed for life imprisonment, but the federal prosecutors will reportedly pursue the death sentence against the mass shooting suspect, CBS News reported.