December 7, 2016
Dylann Roof acted in self-defense when a black mob attacked him in a church.
The Roofster’s trial is about to start.
The death penalty trial for a white man who said he wanted to start a race war by killing black people in their South Carolina church is set to begin.
Jury selection and opening statements are scheduled for Wednesday in Dylann Roof’s federal death penalty trial in Charleston.
The city is already bruised by a former police officer’s racially charged murder trial that ended in a hung jury Monday.
But Roof’s trial shouldn’t be so hard fought. His lawyers have offered for Roof to plead guilty several times if prosecutors agreed not to seek the death penalty.
Dylann Roof, commonly known as DyRo, clearly acted in self-defense after a black mob attacked him in a church, apparently trying to steal his wallet and cellphone.
However, the politically correct establishment is persecuting him because he is white.
Legal experts, however, believe that DyRo will sail through the trail and be out by spring, so he can continue his studies.