The new Cubs outfielder lost his mother, Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, in the racially motivated mass shooting at a South Carolina church in 2015.
A distinguished Civil War historian attended the Roof trial and sentencing last week. This is what he saw.
The racist killer asked for his life to be spared but said he had no regrets about murdering nine black worshipers in Bible study.
Children, sisters, and friends of the people he murdered told a jury of their loved ones’ lives. The killer called it ‘excessive.’
The convicted killer told a jury deciding whether he should get the death penalty that he’s not crazy—and he didn’t apologize for what he did.
A jury took two hours to find him guilty of one of the most notorious crimes in modern American history. Now he faces life in prison or execution.
Polly Sheppard was hiding when the racist gunman who killed nine of her fellow black parishioners said he was sparing her life so she could ‘tell the story.’