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Families of victims of the mass shooting at Tops Friendly Market in Buffalo, New York spoke following the suspect's guilty plea to the state's 25-count indictment. Attorney Ben Crump said that he would like to see the gunman who shot and killed 10 Black people face "the most harsh" sentence federal hate crime charges carry.