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.
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 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.
On Tuesday a federal judge said that he has ordered an evaluation into whether accused mass killer Dylann Roof was competent to stand trial for the shooting deaths of nine parishioners at a historic black church in Charleston, S.C., last year, Reuters reports.
Jury selection in the trial of accused Charleston, S.C., church shooter Dylann Roof was postposed by a federal judge Monday, USA Today reports.
Accused Charleston, S.C., shooter Dylann Roof "self-radicalized" online, adopting viewpoints that were reportedly acquired through material found online and elsewhere, federal prosecutors say, the Washington Post reports.
Federal prosecutors are trying to obtain the death penalty against Dylann Roof, 22, who is charged with opening fire in the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., on June 17, 2015, killing nine black worshippers during their Bible-study session.
Attorneys for Dylann Roof, accused of shooting nine parishioners at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., are calling the federal case unconstitutional and asking for those charges to be dropped, WCSC reports.
A South Carolina state attorney is asking that the state be allowed to prosecute accused Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church shooter Dylann Roof before the federal government does, the Associated Press reports.
Exactly a year ago, the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., was left reeling after a horrific mass shooting that claimed the lives of nine victims, including church pastor and state Sen. Clementa Pinckney.
Before accused South Carolina church shooter Dylann Roof one year ago walked into Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, where parishioners welcomed him into their Bible study, he was "locked in his room looking up bad stuff on his computer,” Paige Mann, Roof’s former stepmother, told Time. “Something on the…
Forgiveness. It was the main thing that stuck out, and one of the few things outsiders didn't understand about Charleston, S.C., last year. How could so many who'd lost so much forgive then-21-year-old Dylann Roof after he allegedly shot and killed nine African-American worshippers during Bible study at Emanuel…
Dylann Roof, accused of fatally shooting nine black parishioners in a racially motivated attack at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., is seeking to be tried and, if found guilty, sentenced by the court rather than a jury, Reuters reports.
The federal trial for accused Charleston, S.C., church shooter Dylann Roof has finally been set in motion, with jury selection scheduled for Nov. 7, the Associated Press reports.