Dylann Roof

On June 17, 2015, Dylann Roof left Mother Emmanuel and traveled to the Branch AME Church, about 30 minutes away, planning to attack that Bible study as well.

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.

Dylann Roof on Thursday was found guilty of all 33 counts in the Mother Emanuel AME Church Massacre.

Day two of the Dylann Roof Trial is underway and more heartbreaking testimony is expected from survivors of the heinous and premeditated attack.

Judge Gergel warned Roof that it would be in his best interest to have legal representation, but approved the request and resumed jury selection.

Defense attorneys claim that the case against their client is unconstitutional and infringes on the state's current murder case.

Out of the 33 federal charges against Roof, the accusation that he violated the prayer group's right to freely practice religion will weigh heavy when considering the death penalty.

Suspected Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof has been indicted twice on charges and now could face the death penalty in both cases

In unsurprising news, Dylann Roof, the 21 year old suspected of murdering 9 church goers in Charleston, NEVER should have been able to purchase a weapon legally. FBI director, James B. Comey says “We are sick this happened,” after admitting that Roof’s previous drug possession charge was somehow not reported in The National Instant Criminal Background […]

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While most of the nation is still in shock, thousands of supporters joined hands in solidarity, walked the Arthur Ravenel Bridge in support of the victims and all affected by the Mother Emanuel A.M.E. massacre.   Click Here to Read  more and see the pics! and Here are some related links: Baltimoreans Get Emotional About […]