Family members of the victims who were killed during the Buffalo mass shooting spoke during state sentencing for Payton Gendron.
Payton Gendron will get a life sentence for a racist mass shooting in Buffalo, but the death penalty is still very much a real possibility thanks to his federal hate crime charges.
Tops Friendly Markets, the Buffalo supermarket where Payton Gendron killed 10 Black people and injured several others has reopened its doors Friday, with hopes that residents will return.
The charge of Domestic Acts of Terrorism Motivated by Hate in the First Degree was brought against Payton Gendron "because of the perceived race and/or color” of the people he targeted, according to the indictment.
New York corrections officer Gregory C. Foster II was suspended for mocking Buffalo shooting victims with a meme. He previously earned nearly $200,000.
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