Dylann Storm Roof


Court: Dylann Roof Can Act as His Own Attorney

The judge presiding over the case of the alleged shooter in the murder of nine worshipers at Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church has ruled the defendant may represent himself in his criminal trial. Prosecutors are asking for the death penalty.


Dylann Roof Manifesto Reveals Racist, Neo-Nazi, Anti-American Beliefs

What is believed to be the manifesto of Dylann Storm Roof–who on Wednesday night committed mass-murder against members of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church–revealed that the 21-year-old held deeply racist, anti-American, anti-Semitic, and white supremacist views.


Dylann Storm Roof Spoke of Starting Civil War, Used Synthetic Drugs

Dylann Storm Roof, 21, who slaughtered nine people at Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Wednesday night, was an alleged drug user of the synthetic drug Suboxone, as well as Xanax, cocaine, LSD, and methamphetamine, according to police records. He also admitted to friends that he wanted to start a civil war months before his violent rampage.