The accused synagogue mass shooter faces a judge Monday afternoon. U.S. Attorney Scott Brady said during a press conference Sunday that Robert Bowers is facing 29 charges linked to a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue Saturday left 11 people dead. There are no other suspects believed to be involved. In addition, 4 officers were hurt, 3 of which were allegedly shot by Bowers. The 46-year-old suspect reportedly walked through the synagogue firing 3 glock handguns and an AR-15 and made comments of genocide and his wishes to kill Jewish people. All of the victims have been identified. Authorities are continuing to investigate the murders as a hate crime.