A Look at Pittsburgh Shooting Suspect’s Hateful Messages
The man accused of opening fire at a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday was described by his neighbors as a ghost. Robert Bowers, 46, faces dozens of charges for opening fire at the Tree of Life Congregation, killing 11 people. According to the criminal complaint against him, Bowers allegedly told a SWAT officer he "wanted all Jews to die." Inside Edition visited the building where Bowers lived in a tiny one-bedroom apartment and spoke to his neighbors, who said he largely kept to himself.