The man accused of killing 23 people in an attack at a Walmart in El Paso in 2019 is agreeing to plead guilty to federal charges. Patrick Crusius was indicted on 90 charges by federal prosecutors that include 22 counts of committing a hate crime resulting in death. Police said Crusius was targeting Mexican shoppers and picked the El Paso Walmart because it was frequented by Hispanic people. He also posted a four-page anti-immigration manifesto online before his attack. Federal prosecutors said they won't pursue the death penalty against him, but he's still facing state murder charges where he could face the death penalty if convicted. Crusius is set to appear in court again on February 8th.