Charleston's mayor said it was an act of "pure, pure concentrated evil," — a black community's leading lights extinguished in a spray of bullets, allegedly at the hands of a young white man who was welcomed into their Bible study session. And so the nine victims at The Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church joined the ever-lengthening list of America's racial casualties.
In one blow, the gunman ripped out part of South Carolina's civic heart. A state senator who doubled as the church's minister, three other pastors, a regional library manager, a high school coach and speech therapist, a government administrator, a college enrollment counselor and a recent college graduate. According to a friend who alerted the FBI, 21-year-old Dylann Storm Roof had complained that "blacks were taking over the world" and that "someone needed to do something about it for the white race." Authorities said Roof was arrested with his gun after an all-night manhunt.
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