Families honor KS shooting victims at Passover
THORNWOOD - Jewish families across the Hudson Valley are marking the second night of Passover Tuesday and many are honoring the three people killed Sunday evening at Jewish community sites in Kansas.
A known white supremacist, Frazier Glenn Cross, allegedly shot the three victims at a Jewish community center and nursing home.
"During the service tonight, we will remember those lost with a silent prayer and we will reflect on what happened and what took place," says Thornwood resident Barry Schain.
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Federal prosecutors plan to charge Cross, also known as Frazier Glenn Miller, with a hate crime. He faces life in prison and possibly the death penalty.