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    Rev. Anthony Thompson, welcomes those attending a Wednesday night bible study at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, Wednesday, June 15, 2016. A year ago, almost exactly, parishioners met at Charleston’s historic Mother Emanuel AME Church for Wednesday night Bible study. Nine of them, including Thompson's wife Myra, would die there, shot by a man who allegedly sat among them while they prayed and worshiped. On the anniversary of the shootings the church welcomed the public to a bible study.

Rev. Anthony Thompson, welcomes those attending a Wednesday night bible study at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, Wednesday, June 15, 2016. A year ago, almost exactly, parishioners met at Charleston’s historic Mother Emanuel AME Church for Wednesday night Bible study. Nine of them, including Thompson's wife Myra, would die there, shot by a man who allegedly sat among them while they prayed and worshiped. On the anniversary of the shootings the church welcomed the public to a bible study. gmelendez@thestate.com
Rev. Anthony Thompson, welcomes those attending a Wednesday night bible study at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, Wednesday, June 15, 2016. A year ago, almost exactly, parishioners met at Charleston’s historic Mother Emanuel AME Church for Wednesday night Bible study. Nine of them, including Thompson's wife Myra, would die there, shot by a man who allegedly sat among them while they prayed and worshiped. On the anniversary of the shootings the church welcomed the public to a bible study. gmelendez@thestate.com

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