South Carolina Man Arrested For Planning An Attack “In The Spirit of Dylann Roof”

29-year-old Benjamin Thomas Samuel McDowell was recently arrested and is currently acing a federal count of felon in possession of a firearm or ammunition. The man told authorities that he planned on committing a crime in the name of Dylann Roof. As if Roof is a God.

(Video) Dylann Roof Has Now Been Sentenced To Death

Dylann Roof has now been sentenced to death after the Charleston church shooting. Roof told the jury that he “had” to do it. He reportedly did nothing to try and justify himself. Honestly, he had nothing to really defend.

(Video) New Details Emerge: Dylann Roof Had A List Of Target Black Churches In His Car

Dylann Roof is known for walking into a bible study at a Charleston, NC church and killing nine people. Authorities are now saying that Roof had a list of target churches in his car. Former state law enforcement division agent Brittany Burke got a chance to testify that there were names of a handful of other churches and their addresses were found on a handwritten list in a backpack in Dylann Roof’s car. This man was straight heartless. Witnesses say Roof and his lawyer were also seen laughing during the hearing with the families of the lost ones not far away.

Dylann Roof’s Mother Suffers Heart Attack During Trial Opening Statements

Amy Roof, the mother of Dylann Roof suffered a heart attack during opening statements in Dylann’s trial. The incident took place as Roof’s lawyers mentioned the incident in an argument for a mistrial in the trial’s second day.

(Photo + Video) South Carolina Shooter Was Allegedly Attacked By Another Inmate While In Prison

Dylann Roof, the man that was responsible for killing nine innocent people in a South Carolina church in June of 2015 was reportedly attacked by an inmate while in prison. According to the Charleston County Sheriff’s office Roof has been examined by in-house medical staff ans will be returned to his cell.

South Carolina Church Shooters Attorneys Want All Federal Charges Dropped Claiming The Case To Be ‘Unconstitutional’

Last summer Dylann Roof took it upon himself to murder nine innocent African-American people during a Bible Study class in June 2015 in Charleston, S.C. Although you would think that this is pretty much an open and close case, unfortunately it’s not. Roof’s lawyers are doing what they were hired to do and try to get Roof a lighter sentence. Attorneys for Dylann Roof are asking that all federal changes against their client be dropped, calling Roof’s government case unconstitutional.

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