Dylann Roof was convicted for a racially encouraged mass murder of 9 worshippers in a South Carolina church.
The jury in Charleston deliberated for 2 hours before returning a guilty outcome on all charges … including hatred crimes, eremite deterrent and firearm crimes. The sentencing conference is scheduled to start Jan 3, when a jury will confirm if he gets life in jail or a genocide penalty.
Either way, there’s a special room watchful for him.
Roof walked into a Emanuel A.M.E. Church on Jun 17, 2015 and shot and killed 9 people in cold blood … some of whom had offering him a chair and Bible to join their weekly discussion.
Roof told a decider he wants to paint himself during his sentencing hearing.