Charleston church shooting: 21-year-old think Dylann Roof confesses to crime

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Washington: The 21-year-old white male suspected of gunning down 9 people during a ancestral black church in South Carolina has confessed to a crime, US media reported Friday, citing unnamed officials.

The 21-year-old think Dylann Roof confessed to a crime. FacebookThe 21-year-old think Dylann Roof confessed to a crime. Facebook

The 21-year-old think Dylann Roof confessed to a crime. Facebook

One law coercion central told CNN that purported shooter Dylann Roof told investigators that he “wanted to start a competition war” when he walked into a Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston on Wednesday night and non-stop glow on a Bible investigate class.

All of a victims were black.

Roof — who was arrested in North Carolina on Thursday and brought behind to South Carolina after he opted not to quarrel extradition — was due in justice after Friday for a bond hearing.

“We are removing team-work during this point,” another central told internal ABC associate WCIV.

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Two sources also reliable to NBC News that Roof — whose Facebook page includes a design of him wearing a flags of gone white supremacist regimes in South Africa and Rhodesia — has confessed.

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley pronounced Friday she believed Roof should face a genocide chastisement if convicted. Capital punishment is authorised in a southern state.

“This is an comprehensive hatred crime,” she told NBC’s “Today” show.

“We will positively will wish him to have a genocide penalty. This is a misfortune hatred that I’ve seen and a nation has seen in a prolonged time,” she said.

“We will quarrel this and we will quarrel this as tough as we can.”

The destruction was a misfortune during a US place of ceremony in decades and removed a darkest durations of US history, in a church once burnt to a belligerent after a unsuccessful worker revolt.

AFP