Updated Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, 2:51 p.m. EDT: How long did it take the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals to deny Dylann Roof’s motion to replace his lawyers on account of their ethnic backgrounds?
terrorism (n): the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.
White supremacist Dylann Roof has pleaded guilty to state murder charges in the Charleston, S.C., church massacre of nine black worshippers; in doing so, he is forgoing a second death-penalty trial.
Two weeks ago, I logged into my email to read a note written by the headmaster of my daughters’ school about the white supremacist terrorist who traveled to New York from Baltimore—one of the blackest cities on the East Coast—to find a black man to kill. The note said this terrorist had graduated from my daughters’…
Dylann Roof—the white supremacist who was convicted earlier this year of several federal charges, including hate crimes, and sentenced to death for the murder of nine black worshippers at a historic black church in Charleston, S.C.—will plead guilty to state murder charges in April, forgoing the second death penalty…
The friend of white supremacist Dylann Roof who admitted to lying to the FBI and hiding knowledge of the massacre carried out against a historically black church in Charleston, S.C., was sentenced Tuesday to 27 months in federal prison.
Dylann Roof, the white supremacist convicted in the horrific attack on the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., stopped at another AME church the night of the massacre, newly released court documents indicate.
A South Carolina man with white supremacist connections who expressed admiration for Charleston, S.C., church shooter Dylann Roof was arrested Wednesday and accused of plotting an attack after unknowingly discussing his plans with an undercover FBI employee.
Convicted terrorist Dylann Roof, who stormed into a Charleston, S.C., church and killed nine black worshippers, is asking for a new federal trial.
Dylann Roof, the white supremacist who was sentenced to death in the murders of nine black parishioners at a historic black church in Charleston, S.C., suffers from several mental disorders, attorneys claimed in an unsealed court document, CNN reports.
Updated Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017, 5 p.m. EST: Dylann Roof, the convicted white supremacist who was responsible for the murders of nine black parishioners at a historically black church, was condemned to death by a federal jury Tuesday, the New York Times reports.
Dylann Roof, who was convicted in December of killing nine black parishioners in Charleston, S.C.’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in 2015, has been wearing shoes adorned with racist symbols to court as recently as Monday, the Daily Beast reports.
Far from expressing remorse, convicted murderer Dylann Roof is instead complaining that it is "not fair" that prosecutors present such thorough testimony about the impact of his massacre at a historically black Charleston, S.C., church on the loved ones of the victims, the Washington Post reports.
Dylann Roof, the white supremacist who was convicted of killing nine parishioners in a shooting at a historically black Charleston, S.C., church, did not ask jurors to spare his life or to give him the death penalty while giving a brief opening statement during his sentencing trial, the Associated Press reports.
A federal judge has once again deemed white supremacist Dylann Roof competent to face trial, the New York Times reports.
Self-professed white supremacist Dylann Roof was back in court Wednesday morning ahead of the penalty phase of his federal trial and is seemingly not willing to put up much of a fight to spare his own life, CNN reports.
A former Roswell, Ga., police sergeant who was fired for flying a Confederate flag outside her home is suing the Roswell Police Department … with the help of a group with alleged white supremacist ties, CNN reports.
A federal jury has found white supremacist Dylann Roof guilty of the racially charged massacre of nine black parishioners at the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., the Associated Press reports.
Jurors in the trial of Dylann Roof on Friday got to hear him explain in his own words the motive for the shooting that left nine black churchgoers dead last year.
Last week, Dylann Roof, the man accused of killing nine African-American parishioners at Charleston, S.C.’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in June 2015, was declared mentally competent to stand trial.