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A year ago a shooter killed eight men and three women, and wounded seven others, at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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Some Tree Of Life Members Believe Death Penalty For Shooter At Odds With Jewish Faith

Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for the alleged Tree of Life synagogue shooter, but faith leaders and members of the Pittsburgh congregation are of many minds on whether it's the right path.

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Their School Integrated But Racial Divisions Remained: 'We Missed Knowing Each Other'

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Some Tree Of Life Members Believe Death Penalty For Shooter At Odds With Jewish Faith

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Behind The Scenes Of CDC's Vaping Investigation

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