Sorry in advance for the long post. I just wanted to make sure you guys know everything that happened in there, from someone other than the media.
I showed up to the court house to scope the area. There was 2 police officers at every corner of a building, and 6 at the exit and entrance of the court itself.
Me along with 5 other people lined up outside the court house, until it opened.
7:40 am (approximately)
Reporters start running toward the court house exit, and started snapping pictures. The transport van was in there. The officers closed down a big gate so the van wasn’t visible to the public. They didn’t want anyone seeing or getting pictures of Roof.
We were let into the courthouse. Went through security, then a lady took us all up to court room 6. There was two separate waiting areas, one for the media, and another one for the general public.
Last general public people came in. It was a total of just 8 of us.
They issued us a pass, and we were escorted inside the court room, general public had one isle, media had 4 , and victims/victims family had the whole right side of the court room. The first isle on the defendant side was left open for Roof’s family, however none of them showed up. I will add that Bruck came up to the general public section and started up conversation with us for less than 5 minutes.
Court is now in session, Roof was not in the room at this time. People were talking to each other throughout the court room. Judge was quiet reading a piece of paper. While Roof’s attorney was talking to someone on the prosecution side.
Side doors opens, and Roofs walks in looking straight ahead. He is seated with his back facing the general public and media.
Side note: I just want to share exactly what happened when he walked in because its something I will never forget. As they opened the door you can hear the chains and also his feet dragging, at that time no one knew if it was him because he was out of sight. He walked through the door and the atmosphere in that room changed completely. I feel like everyone stopped breathing, no one moved, no one said a thing, its was almost like there was no one in that room. I can still hear the chains and his feet dragging, and the thought of it gives me major chills. As far as his appearance goes he looks like he did a year ago. Bowl cut still there, also he is very skinny, doesn’t look like he gained any weight. I will add that his eyes looked very swollen, and i did not see the scar that Dwayne supposedly left him.
Judge reads the statement posted above. Roof is looking straight at him the whole time. The back of his head is straight in front of me and someone next to me pointed out his bald spot. He has a small bald spot right on the back of his head.
Roof stands up and is escorted out the court room. Looking straight the whole time. He never looked to see the victims/victims family, media, or general public. Shortly after he was escorted out, victims/victims family were allowed to leave first, then we were led out.
Roof was transported out of the courthouse, in the van showed above. With two police officers in the vehicle.
One year after my original plan to finish this cosplay, i can finally say that Troll Tier Dave is complete! Ive been wanting to cosplay something that no one else has cosplayed yet, and ive always been inspired by the species swap au’s, but none of those au’s ever had a Dave in god tier( and to hell if i was going to pass up the chance to make wings for him). So i took my desire to cosplay Dave Strider and put a “you are making this way more complicated than it needs to be” twist on it. and after hours of staring at dozens different types of butterfly wings, my concept for Troll tier Dave was forcefully, but successfully pulled into existence. more pictures of my sister and i ==>
Shout out to all the cool kids i met at Anime Midwest this year! Hopefully i will get a chance to see you around sometime ^^
Hello! May I have a
Chandler Riggs imagine? Possibly one whereas he’s dating Brianna but has
feelings for the reader—happy ending, please!
(Hi! I changed Brianna to an OC out of respect
towards Brianna, hope you don’t mind. Thanks! Also I’m the slowest writer in
I Taste You in My Glass
We fought again
She blamed it on you, bullshit
I’m going to talk to her
Maybe we shouldn’t talk anymore.
The buzzing of my phone woke me up, my room blinking
up by flashes of light. I groggily threw
a hand to the direction of it, thinking it was my alarm that I so loathed. Yet,
when I saw the messages on my lock screen I wished for it to be my alarm. I was
wide awake, my heart thumping and my mind was racing a hundred a second. My
back fell back onto my matrass, I looked up to the dark ceiling and felt myself
covering my eyelids with shaking hands. Palms digging into them. Chandler Riggs
was so good at making the world stop.
Response and lyrics based to this post because I loved it but I don’t have a voice for sans so.
I didn’t know what I got into Somehow I can’t go back even if I really wanted to So what more can I do? Here at the end, it’s just me and you
I never wanted to play by all the rules A knife in hand, I’m playing out the part of the fool
So here we go, you can judge me thoroughly It’s too late for apologies.
Go ahead and just hit me since you’re able We know my determination is unstable I’m not even mad because I keep on dying But I don’t even know why I’m trying.
This isn’t what I want, yet it’s what I asked for Curiosity over all my morals I took away our perfect, happy ending Resetting the world despite the warnings
Right now I’m made of LOVE ahh… of LOVE ahh…
I know who you are, you remember who I am We knew that once in a timeline, we had grown to be good friends And yet I killed your brother without giving him a chance Every time you throw me down, I hope you kill me once again.
So go ahead and just hit me since you’re able All the sin that I can feel is unbearable If I could only hit you once it would be over But the consequences last forever
The flowers are in bloom as the birds will tell It’s a beautiful day to be burning in Hell You gave me advice, I chose genocide, But I know how to make it right.