<b>you:</b> Oh nooooooo! Dylann Roof is getting the death penalty, not my bowl cut baby! Monsters! He's a human that deserves empathy and hugs and kisses uwu<p/><b>me, an intellectual:</b> im gonna take a piping hot shit on his grave<p/></p>
the tcc works better than the US government when there is a new shooting
out of nowhere someone find 20+ childhood photos of the killer, before the shooter even dies the shooters autopsy report has been reblogged 3790 times a group of people screen shot every social media they have and find them on match.com ,in the corner people are hurrying to make side blogs and change their name to the shooters name before someone takes the username, next thing you know they have a massive tag for the shooter flower crowns, poems and their 3rd grade essay that they wrote including their elemantry school drawing they did in art class is trending
Security footage captures Dylann Roof leaving the AME church after brutally gunning down 9 black worshippers during a group study meeting. The Glock .45 pistol Roof used in the shooting is still clutched in his hand. During his confession to FBI agents Roof said he was “in awe” that nobody was outside the church and that he expected to be gunned down as he left.
Varg Vikernes smiling for the camera while receiving sentence.
In 1994, Vikernes born Kristian Vikernes (11 February 1973) was convicted of stabbing
his Mayhem bandmate Øystein Aarseth to death, known by his stage name Euronymous. Vikernes was further convicted of four counts of arson involving the burnings of historic churches, and was sentenced to 21 years in prison.
Vikernes was rumored to have been motivated both by paganism and theistic Satanism, but has denied he was ever a Satanist or has any belief in that God (or the Devil) exists.
Having served almost 16 years of a 21-year prison sentence, it was announced on 10 March 2009 that Vikernes would be released on parole. On 22 May 2009 Vikernes confirmed that he was released.
Breaking: Dylann Roof found competent to stand trial and self-representation
The sentencing phase of the federal death penalty trial will start January 4, at 9:30am
Dr. Ballenger to confirm there were no material
changes in his mental status since his November evaluation.
Dr. Ballenger conducted two additional sessions with Defendant over the New Year’s
weekend and issued a report to the Court on January 1,2017, concluding that Defendant
remained competent to stand trial and to self-represent.
At the conclusion of the competency hearing, Defendant requested that the Court consider
delaying the sentencing phase of the case one-day, until January 4,2017, because he was required
to devote a great portion of the prior several days to the court examination and competency
The victims of the Birmingham church bombing shall forever be written in the history books as a clear example of racial violence. However, the related killing of another young African American boy, seems to have been completely forgotten about. On 15 September, 1963, 13-year-old Virgil Lamar Ware, an eighth grader that dreamed of becoming a lawyer, was returning home from a shopping trip with his older brother, James. Virgil was riding on the handlebars of his brother’s bike when they tragically encountered Larry Joe Sims and Michael Lee Farley, two white teenagers who had just attended a segregation rally. Sims reached for his gun and shot the oblivious Virgil in the cheek and chest. He died on the Docena-Sandusky Road on the outskirts of Birmingham. A true tale of injustice, the two killers received no prison time. Convicted by an all white jury, they were sentenced to a measly two years probation.