On Tuesday,a close was finally brought to the long and tragic case of the Charleston shooting that took place during a bible study at Emanuel AME Church. The shooting, carried out by Dylann Roof, left a total of 12 victims with 9 being fatal. Information revealed that the attack was planned and the shooter intentionally […]
Charleston shooter Dylann Roof has pleaded guilty to state charges avoiding the possibility of a second death sentence. The 23-year-old entered his plea Monday on charges which included nine counts of murder in South Caroline,three attempted murder counts and weapons offenses which yielded a life prison sentence. The self-described white supremacist pleaded not guilty in his […]
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A jury has reached a death penalty verdict for Dylann Roof, the man who shot and killed nine church members at the historically Black Emanuel AME church in Charleston, South Carolina in June 2015. The verdict came after a prosecutor reminded jurors about the "god-fearing" spirit of the church members killed during the massacre and testimonies from the victims' families and friends.
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