Dylan Roof’s Trial Expected to “Open up Wounds Again”

Emanuel AME  DURHAM, N.C. (AP)– The widow of a pastor slain with eight others at a historic South Carolina church said Tuesday that shielding her young daughters will be a priority during an upcoming murder trial expected to “open up wounds again.”  Jennifer Pinckney gave some of her most extensive public comments about how her family has coped since the death last June of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, who led Emanuel AME Church in Charleston and was a state senator. She addressed the news media hours before speaking at a forum at Duke University on faith and race.


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