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Anger, taunts, forgiveness fly at Roof before judge pronounces death penalty

In the four hours before a federal judge sentenced him to death on Wednesday, an unrepentant Dylann Roof sat in a federal courtroom as 35 people who loved his nine victims stared him down and bared their hearts. Some said the slayings at Emanuel AME Church have led to increased racial understanding. But not everyone who spoke to Roof was forgiving.

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'He's reloading': 911 call from Emanuel AME after Dylann Roof shot 9 parishioners

The United States District Court released 911 calls from Mother Emanuel AME church after Dylann Roof shot 9 parishioners at a bible study in 2015.
Matt Walsh mwalsh@thestate.com
'He's reloading': 911 call from Emanuel AME after Dylann Roof shot 9 parishioners 3:46

'He's reloading': 911 call from Emanuel AME after Dylann Roof shot 9 parishioners

Dylann Roof exits Charleston church after nine parishioners killed 0:19

Dylann Roof exits Charleston church after nine parishioners killed

Thoughts on accused killer Dylann Roof defending himself in trial 2:37

Thoughts on accused killer Dylann Roof defending himself in trial

Chester man imprisoned for murder released on parole after 43 years 2:10

Chester man imprisoned for murder released on parole after 43 years