Dylann Roof convicted in Charleston church massacre

BY ADAM ZYGLIS, THE BUFFALO NEWS  -  7/2/2015

kplayuk
December 16, 2016
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In June of 2015, a tragic massacre happened in Charleston, South Carolina at a well-known historical church where nine African Americans were brutally shot and murdered by Dlyann Roof. His seemingly deliberate actions led him to be convicted of 33 federal charges, including hate crimes and obstruction...

Who is Dylann Roof?

Who is Dylann Roof?

Jackie
September 29, 2015
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http://www.cnn.com/2015/06/19/us/charleston-church-shooting-suspect/ Why would anyone kill nine innocent people in a church? The white 21 year-old is being accused of gunning down nine people at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.  He wants to plead guil...

Defacing History or Respecting Citizens?

Defacing History or Respecting Citizens?

GreenPheonix, Writer
September 1, 2017
Filed under 1-Slider, American Image, Current Events, Hardy, Latest Stories

Aside from Hurricane Harvey, one of the most talked about issues in the media right now is the idea of tearing down confederate monuments because of their direct relation to slavery and ideals that many people do not want to convey. 150 years after the civil war and the abolition of slavery, there are...

Justice Does Not Tolerate Lies.

Justice Does Not Tolerate Lies.

JesusRa.
March 23, 2017
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A young man in Charleston, South Carolina was sentenced to two years in prison for not telling the truth to the FBI about his friend's plan of  violent, deadly racism at the Historic Black Church. His friend was identified as Dylann Roof,  responsible for taking the life of 9 members of the church d...

Should the death penalty be abolished?

Should the death penalty be abolished?

babybee
March 17, 2017
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The Death penalty is a cruel punishment; however, it should not be abolished.  As the terrorists and mass murderers like Dylann Roof still threaten society there needs to be a punishment to fit the crime. Dylann Roof killed nine African-Americans in a south Carolina church.  That was a terrible...

Three Views on the Death Penalty

Death Penalty

letty21
March 2, 2017
Filed under 1-Slider, Current Events, Events & Lifestyle, Johnson, Latest Stories

Some murderers obtain the death penalty as a punishment for their crimes. Dylann Roof, for example, was the first federal hate-crime defendant to be on death row. He was sentenced to be executed for killing nine African American churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina. The murder occurred on June 17,...

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