Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof today told the jury who will decide his fate, “I still feel like I had to do it.”
Prosecutors have called more than a dozen witnesses after a flurry of testimony on Thursday as jurors hear from family members of the nine people by Dylann Roof at Emanuel AME Church in 2015.
A state court judge has delayed indefinitely convicted church shooter Dylann Roof’s murder trial.
The families of the Charleston church shooting victims are recounting their tragic stories of loss and grief to the jurors who will decide whether or not convicted killer Dylann Roof will be sentenced to death.
CHARLESTON, S.C. ( WOLO) (WCIV)- The jury in the Dylann Roof trial began deliberations Thursday. The process started after U.S. District Court Judge Richard Gergel spent more than an hour reading the jury charge and outlining the allegations against Roof. Roof is accused of killing nine church members at Emanuel AME last year in Charleston. A federal grand jury indicted…
Prosecutors called their final witnesses in day 6 in the case against Dylann Roof.
Dylann Roof, the 22-year-old accused of killing nine black parishioners at a church in Charleston, South Carolina, had a handwritten note in his car with the names of several churches on it, according to testimony today at Roof’s ongoing trial.
Dylann Roof, the 22-year-old accused of killing nine black churchgoers at a Charleston, South Carolina, Bible study, laughed as he admitted to the shooting in a video interview of Roof played in court today and seen by ABC News.
Jurors will see what a federal court judge describes as a “very graphic” scene inside the basement of Emanuel AME Church through photos taken minutes and hours after nine people were gunned down during a bible study session last year.
The federal death penalty trial is set to begin for 22-year-old Dylann Roof, who authorities say is responsible for killing nine people in a Charleston, South Carolina, church last year.