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Website used by suspect in synagogue massacre is back online
Published in 6-11-2018
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COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) Social media platform Gab, where the suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre spewed anti-Semitic messages, is back online roughly one week after domain registrar GoDaddy and other internet services dropped the site. Gab returned on Sunday after a Seattle-based company, Epik, accepted the site's domain registration. Gab suspended the account belonging to Robert Gregory Bowers, the man charged with killing 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue last month, shortly after the attack. The site said it backed up all user data for that account and notified the FBI. On its Twitter account, Gab posted a message Sunday that said it "will not be defined by the actions of one individual.