Buffalo Shooting Suspect Indicted By Grand Jury, More Charges Expected

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The Buffalo shooting suspect accused of killing 10 people made his first court appearance where he was indicted by a grand jury on one murder charge. NBC News’ Maura Barrett reports on when other charges could be brought and how the community is reacting.

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