Charleston Black Lives Matter activist arrested for snatching Confederate flag gets bond

  • A South Carolina judge on Thursday set bond for Muhiyidin Elamin Moye, the Charleston Black Lives Matter activist arrested Wednesday for attempting to snatch a Confederate battle flag during a protest outside of a social justice event at the College of Charleston.
  • The judge set a personal recognizance bond of $2,382, which Moye would be required to pay if he doesn’t show up for a court date, the Charleston Post and Courier reported. 
  • Erica Veal, a volunteer with BLM Charleston, told Mic in a phone interview that Moye would likely be released early Thursday evening.
  • Moye, who has used the last name d'Baha, was charged with disorderly conduct and malicious injury to real property, according to the Post and Courier. Read more (2/23/17 4:11 PM)

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There  are some very  stupid People

Making Posts crying over Dylann  Roof. 

Disgusting evil creatures!

He wasn’t “human” when he killed those beautiful people that welcomed him into their church.

He was stable enough to get  guns, learn how to use them, make plans and carry out those plans. 

No, it is NOT OK that any of you are grieving over this ugly looking, evil white supremacist man. 

( No, I will not post the screenshots of their pathetic posts. But, there are plenty fools crying over him in  the Dylann Roof tag. Disturbing and Disgusting!)

If you want to cry over someone, cry over the People that he KILLED!!!

The victims are:

The Rev. Clementa Pinckney, 41: A state senator and the senior pastor of Emanuel, he was married to Jennifer Benjamin and the father of two children, Eliana and Malana. He was a 1995 graduate of Allen University and got his master’s degree at the University of South Carolina in 1999. He served in the state Legislature starting in 2000; The Post and Courier says black fabric was draped over Pinckney’s Senate chamber seat on Thursday.

Cynthia Hurd, 54: According to the Charleston County Public Library, she was a 31-year employee who managed the John L. Dart Library for 21 years before heading the St. Andrews Regional Library. A statement said Hurd “dedicated her life to serving and improving the lives of others.” The system closed its 16 branches Thursday to honor Hurd and the others who died in the shooting. County officials also say the St. Andrews library will be named for Hurd.

The Rev. Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, 45: A pastor at Emanuel, she was also a speech therapist and high school girls track and field coach, both positions at Goose Creek High School, according to her LinkedIn page. Jimmy Huskey, the school’s principal, called her “a true professional … [who] cared about her students and was an advocate for them.” Her son, Chris Singleton, is a baseball player and student at Charleston Southern University. Coleman-Singleton also had two younger children, writes the Post and Courier.

Tywanza Sanders, 26: He was a 2014 graduate in business administration from Allen University in Columbia. Lady June Cole, the interim president of Allen University, described him as “a quiet, well-known student who was committed to his education.” Known as Ty, he had worked in sales at department stores such as Belk and Macy’s.

Ethel Lance, 70: She had attended Emanuel for most of her life and worked there as a custodian, as well. From 1968 to 2002, she worked as a custodian at Charleston’s Gaillard Municipal Auditorium. The Post and Courier quotes a former colleague as saying, “She was funny and a pleasure to be around. And she was a wonderful mother and grandmother.”

Susie Jackson, 87: Lance’s cousin, she was a longtime church member.

Depayne Middleton Doctor, 49: The mother of four sang in Emanuel’s choir. She had previously directed a community development program in Charleston County. In December, she started a new job as an admissions coordinator at the Charleston campus of her alma mater, Southern Wesleyan University. SWU President Todd Voss said: “Always a warm and enthusiastic leader, DePayne truly believed in the mission of SWU to help students achieve their potential by connecting faith with learning. Our prayers go out to family and friends. This is a great loss for our students and the Charleston region.”

The Rev. Daniel Simmons, 74: Simmons survived the initial attack but then died in a hospital operating room. He had previously been a pastor at another church in the Charleston area.

Myra Thompson, 59: She was the wife of the Rev. Anthony Thompson, the vicar of Holy Trinity Reformed Episcopal Church in Charleston.

Dylann Roof was sentenced to death on 1/10/2017 for killing THESE PEOPLE IN CHURCH!

Rest in Peace.


Victims’ Families Meet Dylann Roof: ‘I Forgive You, And Have Mercy On Your Soul’

CHARLESTON, S.C. – Dylann Roof heard his charges – nine counts of murder – at his first court appearance in South Carolina on Friday afternoon.

Roof, the lead suspect in Wednesday’s mass shooting at a historic black church in Charleston, made his appearance remotely, dressed in striped inmates’ garb and flanked by two officers. On the screen, he wore a stoic expression as he looked out over the bond hearing. 

Watch representatives of the victims were in the courtroom, look into Roof’s eyes as they forgive him, one by one.


Charleston, South Carolina