Transcript for Synagogue shooting suspect pleads not guilty as victims' funerals continue
A community vowing to never forget. Remembering the victims of Saturday's hate fueled massacre inside the tree of life's in the as funerals continue today. Bernice and Silva and Simon married more than sixty years ago standing in this very seems synagogue. Their wedding announcement in the Pittsburgh gazette describes a candlelight ceremony all those years ago. Rabbi Jeffrey Meyers says he remembers hearing Bernice. Yell out you I heard of one woman I think I know why so. My husband's been shot. Screaming. And then that was so quickly and then. Have torture was silenced. I know who wants is when congress. Until the end friends say. They were seen always holding hands and remembering another life today doctor Richard Gottfried. A dentist who worked part time at a clinic treating refugees and immigrants. As more of the victims are laid to rest the man accused of taking their lives appears again in court today. Charged on 44 counts including federal hate crimes. Robert bowers pleaded not guilty and requested a jury trial at this morning's arraignment likely prosecutors will seek the death penalty. But this community says this week is not about him or what happened it's about honoring the lives of those gone too soon. And the last of the memorial will be held tomorrow when the community will remember the light of rose mount ranger who was killed 97. Your soul. McEnroe ABC news New York.
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