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Alleged California Synagogue Shooter 'Part Of The History Of Evil,' His Parents Say

The parents of the man accused in the attack on the Poway synagogue in San Diego have condemned the attack as shocking and evil. A family attorney says they will not pay for his legal defense.
Family members attend the burial service for Lori Kaye, who was killed in the Chabad of Poway synagogue shooting on Saturday. The parents of the man accused in the shooting have condemned the attack as shocking and evil. Source: Sandy Huffaker

The parents of the man who allegedly opened fire on a California synagogue, killing one person and injuring three more, have broken their silence.

In a about the shooting, the Earnest family describes being shocked and saddened by the attack on Chabad of Poway synagogue

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