Pittsburgh shooter pleaded not guilty in preliminary hearing

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The suspect in the Pittsburgh Synagogue shooting was back in a federal court yesterday.

Robert Bowers pleaded not guilty to all of the 44 counts against him, including murder and hate crimes.

During the massacre at the Tree of Life Synagogue, 11 people were killed and six more were wounded, including four police officers.

Prosecutors say they will pursue the death penalty for Bowers.

A trial date has not been set yet.

The oldest victim of the massacre, 97-year-old Rose Mallinger, will be the last of the victims to be laid to rest today.

Her daughter was injured in the attack.

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