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Black law clerk switches gears after Dylann Roof trial to stay in Charleston - Charleston Post CourierBlack law clerk switches gears after Dylann Roof trial to stay in Charleston - Charleston Post Courier
Christopher Bryant sat in his usual seat raised above a federal courtroom last fall when Dylann Roof walked toward a podium before him. Bryant, a black law clerk for the presiding judge, knew well the racist ideology the self-avowed white supremacist ...
 
Black Law Clerk Stays in Charleston After Dylann Roof Trial | South ... - U.S. News & World ReportBlack Law Clerk Stays in Charleston After Dylann Roof Trial | South ... - U.S. News & World Report
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Christopher Bryant sat in his usual seat raised above a federal courtroom last fall when Dylann Roof walked toward a podium ...
 
Attorneys leading Dylann Roof appeal have defended other high-profile shooters - Charleston Post CourierAttorneys leading Dylann Roof appeal have defended other high-profile shooters - Charleston Post Courier
Dylann Roof's appellate attorneys have a history of defending high-profile shooters, including the lead perpetrator in the Washington, D.C-area sniper attacks in 2002. James Wyda, chief federal public defender in Maryland, was assigned recently to ...
 
SC shooting inspired play that's Scotland-bound - Greensboro News & RecordSC shooting inspired play that's Scotland-bound - Greensboro News & Record
Dylann Roof, a white extremist shot nine people, including the Rev. Clementa C. Pinckney, a state senator and the church's pastor, after members welcomed Roof into the church and prayed with him. Roof was convicted and sentenced to death in January.
 
Across America: Dan Gilbert apologizes for Detroit ad display - The Philadelphia TribuneAcross America: Dan Gilbert apologizes for Detroit ad display - The Philadelphia Tribune
FILE - In this Feb. 3, 2017, file photo, billionaire businessman Dan Gilbert speaks at a news conference in Detroit. Gilbert, founder of Quicken Loans Inc. and the majority owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, apologized for his real estate company's ...
 
Hey, Ina, don't sneer at me for protecting you - Knoxville News SentinelHey, Ina, don't sneer at me for protecting you - Knoxville News Sentinel
I'm sure the members of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church would have gladly welcomed this armed man the night Dylann Roof murdered nine people at their Bible study. You see, it's the men and women who do choose to carry a handgun that ...
 
Black judge removes Mississippi flag with Confederate emblem from court - CNN InternationalBlack judge removes Mississippi flag with Confederate emblem from court - CNN International
Shooter Dylann Roof apparently revered the flag as a symbol of white supremacy. In October 2015, the University of Mississippi removed the state flag from its campus. Some Mississippi cities have voted or issued executive orders to remove the state ...
 
Report: Dylann Roof told expert he was a sociopath, not autistic - CNNReport: Dylann Roof told expert he was a sociopath, not autistic - CNN
Who is Dylann Roof? Roof's somatic delusions -- which are defined as false beliefs that something is grossly wrong with one's body -- include unfounded complaints of hair loss and thyroid disease, according to reports. "It is my impression that it is ...
 
Our say: Council steers clear of trouble on towing bill - CapitalGazette.comOur say: Council steers clear of trouble on towing bill - CapitalGazette.com
And unless a defendant has previously made a spectacle out of his biases and announces them while committing the crime — for instance, as in Dylann Roof's murder of nine at an African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina — it's a hard thing ...
 
Grandfather Apologizes After Dylann Roof's Guilty Pleas Add to Sentence - New York TimesGrandfather Apologizes After Dylann Roof's Guilty Pleas Add to Sentence - New York Times
CHARLESTON, S.C. — As Dylann S. Roof made what was probably his final appearance in open court, his grandfather offered the earnest apology to the families of Mr. Roof's nine African-American victims that the Charleston church killer has steadfastly ...