PITTSBURGH – The police arrested a man in Washington, D.C., who allegedly had social media in connection with the suspected…
PITTSBURGH – The police arrested a man in Washington, D.C., who allegedly had social media in connection with the suspected war man in the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh who killed 11 people. CBS Pittsburgh, referring to a statement by US lawyer Scott Brady, reports that 30-year-old Jeffrey Clark appeared in Washington Washington Court on Tuesday.
Clark faces a federal number of illegal possession of firearms by a person who is an illegal user of or addicted to any controlled subject, and is counted in the District of Columbia to have high capacity magazines.
According to Clark, “Friends” with the synagogue was the shooter, Robert Bowers.
Clark was arrested after family members told the police that he had been upset outbreaks. He even said investigators say that Clark said shooters on the tree of life “deserves it.”
Investors claimed that Clark is a member of the same social network as Bowers, a site called.
Authorities report that for hours after the synagogue, Clark’s younger brother Edward shot, went to an island in DC and shot and killed himself. CBS affiliated WUSA reports relatives told investigators that the brothers were involved in the all-right movement and told the brothers’ connection to Gab and the Pittsburgh shooter.
Jeffrey and Edward Clark
United States Department of Justice
Relatives told investigators that both brothers were part of just fair moves and that they became interested in weapons because they thought it would be a civil war, according to court documents.
Among the services reported by the investigators in the crimes complaint, one is showing that the Clark brothers pose with masks in front of a flag with a skull and crossbone. There is also a superimposed photo of Massacre sentenced to kill people in a South Carolina church.
After shooting at Tree of Life, the authorities say Jeffrey Clark published a picture of Bowers on Gab, and below it, the post reads in part: “This was a dry run for things that would come.”
Family members told the police that Clark defended the synagogue and shot suspiciously, and that he and his now deceased brother had allegedly fancied to kill blacks and Jews, according to court documents.
In Pittsburgh, US lawyer Scott Brady issued a statement confirming that there is no evidence that someone else knew about the attacks of life.
He continues to say: “ The United States Law Office and Federal Bureau of Investigation in Pittsburgh want to assure the victims and victims’ families in the Tree of Life Synagogue attacking their security by outlets as possible and that law enforcement continues to devote all available resources to the investigation and prosecution for this matter. “
In the federal court on Tuesday, the US District Court ordered District District Judge G. Michael Harvey that Clark was held without binding a detention hearing aid for November 16.