“I Would Like To Make It Crystal Clear I Do Not Regret What I Did.” Charleston Church Murderer Will Face Death Penalty After Court Upholds Decision

The Charleston church shooting in 2015 claimed the lives of 9 people as they sat in a bible study group. Another was injured. This all happened at the hands of a murderer who was 21 years old at the time and showed no signs of remorse for his actions.

Now, The U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has decided not to overturn the previous death sentence handed down to him.

“[The murderer] murdered African Americans at their church, during their Bible-study and worship. They had welcomed him. He slaughtered them. He did so with the express intent of terrorizing not just his immediate victims at the historically important Mother Emanuel Church, but as many similar people as would hear of the mass murder. He used the internet to plan his attack and, using his crimes as a catalyst, intended to foment racial division and strife across America. He wanted the widest possible publicity for his atrocities, and, to that end, he purposefully left one person alive in the church “to tell the story.” (J.A. at 5017.) When apprehended, he frankly confessed, with barely a hint of remorse.” – U.S. FOURTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS CONCLUSION

Good riddance.

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