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Buffalo mass shooting suspect pleads not guilty to federal hate, firearms charges

Buffalo mass shooting suspect pleads not guilty to federal hate, firearms charges

THE man accused of killing 10 Black people at a western New York grocery store pleaded not guilty to 27 hate crimes and firearms charges stemming from the Buffalo shooting massacre, a court spokesperson said. The accused gunman, Payton Gendron, 19, appeared briefly in the Buffalo courtroom of U.S. Magistrate Judge Kenneth Schroeder Monday morning. He is charged with 14 hate crimes violations and 13 firearms offences. Prosecutors have 45 days to turn over discovery to the defendant's attorneys, Barbara Burns, a U.S. Department of Justice public information officer, told Reuters. Gendron is due for a December 9 status hearing,…
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