Gov. Cuomo Directs State Police To Provide Increased Security After Pittsburgh Attack | WAMC

Gov. Cuomo Directs State Police To Provide Increased Security After Pittsburgh Attack

Oct 27, 2018

After a Saturday morning shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvia, Governor Andrew Cuomo released a statment saying he has directed New York State Police to provide increased security. 

 

Cuomo, a Democrat, said:

 

"The New York family grieves for those who were killed and prays for those who were injured in this heinous and horrific mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.

 

"While the nation awaits further details of what occurred, initial reports suggest that this senseless act of gun violence was an anti-Semitic attack and we stand together with the Jewish community in this difficult time as we always have before. As a precaution, I have directed State Police to increase patrols around Jewish centers and houses of worship across the state.

 

"We, as a nation, must stand together and stand against the corrosive and destructive forces of hate in all of its forms."