Buffalo shooting suspect Payton Gendron pleads not guilty to federal hate crime charges
Added 07-18-22 01:11:02pm EST - “Payton Gendron pleaded not guilty to federal hate crime charges Monday, three months after allegedly opening fire at the Tops grocery store in Buffalo, N.Y.” - Foxnews.com
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A New York man accused of opening fire at a Buffalo grocery store and killing 10 people in May pleaded not guilty to federal hate crime charges Monday.
Payton Gendron, appearing in an orange prison uniform and sneakers, entered at 11:01 a.m., wearing handcuffs and shackles. He sat at the defense table and briefly rose as U.S. Magistrate Judge Kenneth Schroeder took the bench.
Gendron did not speak. His attorney entered the plea and mentioned that his client could enter a plea agreement before the case moves to trial.
Several victims’ family members attended the arraignment, including Zeneta Everhart, whose son Zaire Goodman was wounded in the attack.
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