Jun 19, 2015

S.C. shooting suspect's family offers 'deepest sympathy' -

Share this on WhatsApp Charleston church shooting suspect Dylann Roof’s family extends its “deepest sympathy and condolences to the families of the victims,” according to a statement issued by Roof’s public defender.   “Words cannot express our shock, grief and disbelief as to what happened that night. We are devastated and saddened by what occurred. We offer our prayers sympathy for all of those...

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