Dylann Roof Will Represent Himself In Charleston Church Shooting Trial


Domestic racist terrorist Dylann Roof was ruled competent to stand trial after gunning down 9 innocent Black churchgoers in a horrific hate crime.

According to the NY Times:

The judge, Richard M. Gergel of Federal District Court in Charleston, called the request by Mr. Roof, 22, “strategically unwise,” but allowed him to have a lawyer present as backup.

“I do find defendant has the personal capacity to self-representation,” Judge Gergel said, according to The Post & Courier. He added, “It is a decision you have the right to make.”

Well, the best thing about this is, he will MOST CERTAINLY be prosecuted and executed for his demonic hateful crime. Fry slow asshole!

Man Who Assaulted Dylann Roof Released On $100,000 Bond

  
The inmate who allegedly assaulted accused Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof has been released from jail. 

According to the The Daily News, Dwayne Stafford, 26, was released from the Charleston County Detention Center on $100,000 bond Friday, the day after Roof was punched in the jail’s shower area. 

The news outlet reports the 26-year-old had been behind bars since January 2015. He was arrested on first-degree assault and strong arm robbery charges. It’s unclear who paid for his release, but after the Thursday morning bathroom assault, Stafford’s fans organized a fundraiser to donate to his jail commissary account.

Dylann Roof is accused of the racially motivated massacre of nine African American parishioners last year at Charleston’s Emanuel AME Church. Charleston County Sheriff Al Cannon Jr. said that Roof, who is white, was out of his cell and on his way to the shower when the attack happened at the Charleston County Detention Center.

Although he was in protective custody, Roof, 22, was vulnerable because only one guard was in the area and he was fetching toilet tissue for another inmate, Cannon said. That allowed Stafford time to run down the stairs from his cell in the protective custody unit and assault Roof with his fists, the sheriff said.

No weapons were involved in the attack and Roof was able to return to his cell after being treated, Cannon said.

“The detention officer responded quickly and separated the two. The injuries that Roof received are relatively minor — some bruising around the face and the back. It appears he was struck with a fist and nothing more serious than that.”

Roof, who is being kept in protective custody because the nature of his alleged crimes could make him vulnerable to assault, said he did not want to press charges, Cannon said.

The attack brought praise on Twitter with calls for donations to Stafford’s jail commissary account.

Cannon gave no motivation for the beating. He said Stafford was able to attack Roof because guards had violated security procedures. Both guards weren’t on the floor of the unit and Stafford’s cell door was not checked to make sure it was secure before Roof was let out his cell, Cannon said.

Racist Church Murderer Dylann Roof Beaten Up In Jail

Karma has no menu, you get what you deserve.” -Unknown

 

According to the Huffington Post, Dylann Roof, the gunman accused of killing nine black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, last year was attacked in jail on Thursday while on his way to the shower.

USA Today reports:

Dylann Roof, 22, reportedly suffered several bruises but was not seriously injured in the incident at the North Charleston jail. Another inmate, Dwayne Marion Stafford, 25, ran toward Roof and punched him several times near the showers, according to officials.

Charleston County Sheriff Al Cannon Jr. said in a press conference that Roof and his attorney had decided not to press charges against Stafford.

Cannon added that there was no proof that the reported attack by Stafford, who is black, was racially motivated, “beyond the obvious speculation that we would all have given the nature of the situation.”

 

Dwayne Stafford, who reportedly attacked Dylann Roof, 22, on his way into the shower on Aug. 4, 2016.

Based on the callous hatefulness of his crime, I can’t say I feel sorry for him in any way. My only advice to Dylan Roof is “don’t drop the soap & don’t forget to rot in eternal hell.”