Jun 18, 2015

Everything Known About Charleston Church Shooting Suspect Dylann Roof - The Daily Beast

Dylan Roof, arrested for killing nine inside a black church, wore pro-apartheid flags, held ‘strong conservative beliefs,’ and made a ‘lot of racist jokes.’

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