Relatives of Murdered Jewish Worshipers Weep on Opening Day of Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooter’s Trial

A makeshift memorial stands outside the Tree of Life Synagogue in the aftermath of a deadly shooting at the in Pittsburgh, Monday, Oct. 29, 2018. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
Assessment: The next day a Wall Street Journal Op-Ed read “Amalek Comes to Pittsburgh” … Relatives of the 11 Jewish worshipers murdered in a gun attack upon Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue in Oct. 2018 wept in court on Tuesday as they listened to the prosecutor’s arguments on the first day of the trial of the assailant, Robert Bowers. A 50-year-old truck driver from the Pittsburgh suburb of Baldwin, Bowers sat in court impassively as

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