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Fugitive thug assassin captured after bloody massacre of Blacks

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 by Joseph Earnest June 18, 2015


Newscast Media CHARLESTON, SCA thug whom the FBI have identified as Dylann Roof, walked into a church in South Carolina and displayed his thuggery by assassinating nine Black churchgoers who were in a prayer meeting.


"I have to do it," the gunman was quoted as saying. "You rape our women and you’re taking over our country. And you have to go."


The hate crime was committed inside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church in downtown Charleston.


Reuters reports that the weapon used for the massacre was a .45-caliber pistol given to him as a birthday present this year by his father.


His uncle Carson Cowles reportedly described the assassin as quiet and soft-spoken.

"Nobody in my family had seen anything like this coming," Cowles said. "I said, if it is him, and when they catch him, he's got to pay for this," Reuters reported.

In a statement, Barack Obama said: "...The fact that this took place in a black church obviously also raises questions about a dark part of our history.  This is not the first time that black churches have been attacked.  And we know that hatred across races and faiths pose a particular threat to our democracy and our ideals. The good news is I am confident that the outpouring of unity and strength and fellowship and love across Charleston today, from all races, from all faiths, from all places of worship indicates the degree to which those old vestiges of hatred can be overcome.  That, certainly, was Dr. King’s hope just over 50 years ago, after four little girls were killed in a bombing in a black church in Birmingham, Alabama..." 

Of course, Roof the assassin would have hesitated to pull that stunt in a state like Texas where the majority of Texans own guns, and could have foiled the massacre, since legislation has been passed to make it more easy for Texans to openly carry weapons wherever they go. (pop-up)

According the New York Times, the assassin's Facebook profile picture shows him wearing a jacket decorated with the flags of two former white supremacist regimes: in apartheid-era South Africa, and in Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe.

Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church is a historically Black church. (pop-up)

The fugitive thug has since been apprehended and taken into custody.

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