• Families: Forgiving church shooter doesn't mean sparing life

    9 monthes ago - By News OK

    CHARLESTON, S.C. - The families shattered when a gunman entered Emanuel AME Church and fired 77 shots at the end of Bible study get one last chance to confront convicted killer Dylann Roof on Wednesday before he heads off to death row as a federal judge verifies the jury's death sentence.
    The willingness of some of the relatives of the nine people killed in the massacre to forgive dominated the news in the days after the June 17, 2015, killings.
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  • Should Dylann Roof's life be spared as a sign of forgiveness?

    Should Dylann Roof's life be spared as a sign of forgiveness?

    9 monthes ago - By Arizona Daily Star

    Just because some of the families of the nine people killed and three people who survived a racist massacre in a Charleston church have forgiven the man convicted in the shootings doesn't mean they think his life should have been...
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  • Victims' families: Forgiving South Carolina church shooter doesn't mean sparing life

    Victims' families: Forgiving South Carolina church shooter doesn't mean sparing life

    9 monthes ago - By The Morning Call

    Families of the nine people killed in a racist massacre at a South Carolina church have expressed a broad range of feelings when it comes to how the convicted killer should be punished. Some think there is no justification for the death penalty, while others believe in the biblical Old Testament...
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