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Dylann Roof Sentenced to 9 Life Sentences

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Convicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof was given nine consecutive life sentences in state prison after he pleaded guilty to state murder charges Monday, leaving him to await execution in a federal prison and sparing his victims and their families the burden of a second...

Dylann Roof Sentenced To Death For Charleston Church Massacre

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The New York Times reports that Dylann S. Roof, the white supremacist who killed nine African-American churchgoers in a racial assault almost 19 months ago, has been sentenced to death by a federal jury. The jury (9 white, 3 black), who last month found Roof...

Dylann Roof Was Too Tired To Follow Through With Other Church Killings

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On Thursday, Dylann Roof was found guilty  of 33 federal charges tied to the deadly shootings at Charleston, S.C.’s., Mother Emanuel Church in June of 2015. Roof’s charges included murder, hate crimes and crimes against religious practice. During the investigation authorities discovered that Roof had a...

Dylann Roof to Face Death Penalty for Charleston Shooting

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“This was the ultimate crime, and justice from our state calls for the ultimate penalty,” Scarlett Wilson said as she announced prosecutors will seek the death penalty in the case against Dylann Roof. Roof is accused of killing nine people, including State Senator Clementa Pinckney, in...

White Americans, Not Muslims, Are the Biggest Terrorist Threat In the U.S.

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Despite the rhetoric we hear in the media about the rise of Islamic extremists, ISIS, and al Qaeda, a new study by the New America Foundation found the biggest terrorist threat in U.S. comes from white men. While September 11th was the largest terror assault in modern...

Dear Black People: Stop Being So Forgiving

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Dylann Roof is the face of evil and racism incarnate. The fact that this 21-year-old man walked into bible study class at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, SC has been forgiven by so many in the congregation baffles me. On one hand, I...