Robert Bowers, who is accused of killing 11 people who was killed in the "Hagel" Synagogue, has admitted that he was convicted of not being a federal judge on Thursday.
Mr Bowers, 46, has entered the courtroom, showing little sign of the injuries he sustained in the shooting attack hit Saturday, including heavy elbow. He was wearing a dark red, short-sleeve and opened his hands on the table. He sat down with a little effort.
Judge, took less than 15 minutes, he began law ilaaliyeyaashiisa 44 reads the counts of the charge, and handed on Wednesday. Accounts include hate crimes and the use of wood in order to perpetuate the killing offense. After explaining every part of the crime, the prosecutor, the Song Song, added, "Victims are listed on their name."
Mr Bowers stood up on his chair, laying firmly on the head of his head and responding "Yes," so loud and unhappy with the water he asked. Water is included if it has been informed and understood by accusations and penalties.
"Possible penalties," reported Troy Rivetti, one of the prosecutors, "it is the first time in the death sentence." Mr. Bowers did not appear to be coming out. Deaths were a number of different ages from 10 years to life, depending on 44 applications.
At the end of the hearing, Mr. Bowers was asked for his request.
"Usually at this stage of the case," said his lawyer, Michael Novara, a federal public defender, "I ask the court to enter a plea of guilty."
He also applied for a jury trial, which prosecutors estimated to take three to four weeks, or more if Attorney General Jeff Sessions confirms that he is a rebel case.