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Anguish, Rage and Mercy as Dylann Roof Is Sentenced to Death - New York Times

CHARLESTON, S.C. — In an extraordinary culmination to the federal death penalty trial of Dylann S. Roof, 35 family members and friends of his nine African-American victims confronted him directly at a sentencing hearing on Wednesday. Some forgave him ...and more »

Why Dylann Roof's Death Sentence May Never Be Carried Out - Mother Jones

On June 17, 2015, Dylann Roof entered a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, and shot and killed nine worshippers after reading Bible verses with them. As it was later revealed, the 22-year-old Roof was a white supremacist. After an ...and more »

Dylann Roof told by Charleston shooting survivor "the devil has come back to claim" him - CBS News

Last Updated Jan 11, 2017 4:21 PM EST. CHARLESTON, S.C. -- One by one, family members of nine slain black parishioners confronted Dylann Roof for the last time Wednesday, shouting at him, offering forgiveness and even offering to visit him in prison as ...and more »

Victim's dad warns Dylann Roof: 'Your creator ... he's coming for you' - CNN

Charleston, South Carolina (CNN) Those whom Dylann Roof hurt the most had the chance to address the convicted killer before his Wednesday sentencing, with one of the victims' sisters calling him "among the worst kind of evil." Roof on Wednesday was ...and more »

What 17 death-row inmates requested for their last meal - Business Insider

Henry Hargreaves/IMP Features This week, Dylann Roof was sentenced to death by a South Carolina jury for fatally shooting nine black church members during a Bible study session in 2015. Roof is the first person in American history ordered to be ...and more »

Charleston Victim's Mother Tells Dylann Roof 'I Forgive You' as He's Sentenced to Death - ABC News

Felicia Sanders, the mother of one of the nine victims killed by Dylann Roof in a Charleston church, told Roof this morning at an emotional sentencing hearing, "I forgive you." Interested in Charleston Church Shooting? Add Charleston Church Shooting as ...and more »

Should The Death Penalty Be Legal? Dylann Roof's Sentence Sparks Debate - International Business Times

An eye for an eye, the Biblical saying goes. Dylann Roof was sentenced Tuesday to death for killing nine black worshipers at a church in Charleston, South Carolina. He is the first person to receive the death penalty for a federal hate crime. His ...and more »

'You can't look at us': Dylann Roof formally sentenced to death - Washington Post

CHARLESTON, S.C. — The trial began with a harrowing depiction of the massacre that unfolded in a church basement not far from here, and it ended Wednesday with relatives of those slain again offering the killer forgiveness. One by one, they stood up ...and more »

'What Happened To You, Dylann?' Victim's Friend Asks Roof At Sentencing - NPR

A federal judge in South Carolina formally sentenced Dylann Roof to death on Wednesday, one day after a jury recommended that he be executed for murdering nine people in a Charleston church. Under federal sentencing laws, the death penalty can be ...and more »

Where Dylann Roof killed, a search for answers - CNN

Charleston, South Carolina (CNN) Just hours after a judge sentenced Dylann Roof to death for killing nine church members during a study of Scripture, parishioners gathered Wednesday in the very room where the massacre took place -- for another Bible ...and more »