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    After nine parishioners were shot to death June, 17, 2015 at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, suspected shooter Dylann Roof was arrested in North Carolina the next day. Eighteen months later, after a six day trial, Roof was found guilty on all 33 counts. On Jan. 10, 2017 he was sentenced to death.

After nine parishioners were shot to death June, 17, 2015 at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, suspected shooter Dylann Roof was arrested in North Carolina the next day. Eighteen months later, after a six day trial, Roof was found guilty on all 33 counts. On Jan. 10, 2017 he was sentenced to death. Meta Viers McClatchy
After nine parishioners were shot to death June, 17, 2015 at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, suspected shooter Dylann Roof was arrested in North Carolina the next day. Eighteen months later, after a six day trial, Roof was found guilty on all 33 counts. On Jan. 10, 2017 he was sentenced to death. Meta Viers McClatchy

Charleston church killer Roof has ‘compromised’ high IQ, unsealed documents say

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