Synagogue shooting suspect leaves hospital
PITTSBURGH (AP) - A spokeswoman says the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting suspect has been released from the hospital.
Stephanie Waite of Allegheny Health Network says Robert Bowers was released Monday morning from Allegheny General Hospital. Bowers traded gunfire with police during Saturday's massacre at the Tree of Life synagogue and was shot multiple times.
He underwent surgery and survived. Bowers is due in federal court Monday afternoon. Authorities say he expressed hatred toward Jews during the rampage and in later comments to police.
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