Hate, not guns, is America’s true addiction, Malcolm Graham says in Time op-ed
Graham, whose sister, Cynthia Hurd, was killed along with eight other worshipers at Mother Emanuel church in Charleston, said Americans of goodwill must take the lead in addressing the deadly combination of hate and guns.
By Glenn Burkins | November 8, 2018
Stephen Curry signs on to produce Charleston church shooting documentary
The documentary ‘Emanuel’ features interviews with survivors and family members about the 2015 hate crime.
By Katrina Louis | November 2, 2018
Dylann Roof pleads guilty in state court to Charleston church shootings
The 23-year-old white supremacist, already sentenced to die on a federal conviction, received nine consecutive life terms without possibility of parole and three consecutive 30-year prison terms.
By Harriet McLeod, Reuters | April 11, 2017
Dylann Roof to plead guilty in state court to 2015 church massacre
The avowed white supremacist has already been sentenced to death in federal court for killing nine black worshipers at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.
By Colleen Jenkins, Reuters | April 3, 2017
Friend of Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof sentenced to prison
Authorities said Joey Meek, 22, knew of Roof's plan to kill worshipers inside a black church in Charleston but lied to investigators after the incident, insisting he had no prior knowledge of the plan.
By Harriet McLeod, Reuters | March 21, 2017
Dylann Roof stopped at second church after 2015 massacre, prosecutors say
In newly released documents, federal prosecutors say the avowed white supremacist drove 20 miles to a second African American church after killing nine people at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston.
By Harriet McLeod, Reuters | February 23, 2017
Dylann Roof will offer no evidence or witnesses for jury weighing his fate
The man convicted of killing nine people inside a Charleston church said he still planned to serve as his own lawyer when jurors meet next week to decide whether he should be executed or get life in prison without parole.
By Harriet McLeod, Reuters | December 28, 2016
Dylann Roof declines to testify about Charleston church massacre
The defense rested Wednesday in the Dylann Roof murder trial after Roof told a federal judge he did not want to take the stand.
By Harriet McLeod, Reuters | December 14, 2016
Dylann Roof made list of South Carolina churches before Charleston attack
In testimony Monday, jurors heard excepts from Dylann Roof's online manifesto, where he criticized minorities and Jews. He also had compiled a list of black churches in Charleston.
By Harriet McLeod, Reuters | December 13, 2016
‘I had to do it,’ Dylann Roof said of Charleston church massacre
Inside Dylann Roof's car after his arrest for killing nine worshipers inside a Charleston church, police found a journal where Roof wrote of his dreams for a race war.
By Harriet McLeod, Reuters | December 10, 2016