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Well, we have our answer, Dylann Roof received the death penalty. The Guardian newspaper said the follow:
Roof said prosecutors showed hatred by seeking the death penalty against him.
Really? The prosecutors showed hatred? What did say about those he executed? This:
“You blacks are killing white people on the streets everyday and raping white women everyday,”
So he believes prosecutors hate him for what he did, executing nine people because they were black. It goes without me having to say it, but, I feel that I must say the following,
"No Dylann the prosecutors didn't show hatred to you by requesting the death penalty, they brought justice to you, for your horrific, hateful actions. It's a shame you didn't get help from any organization such www.lifeafterhate.org, where you just might have been able to dissuade from the hate you learn from reading the garbage on the White Supremacist site where you spent some much time. You have received the ultimate penalty for taking innocent lives of individuals who showed you kindness, acceptance and their version of Christian love and you killed nine of them. So, for you to say the prosecutors showed hatred, by doing their job, is clearly an example of you and others like you who think they are the only ones who should inhabit this country. Sorry, you're wrong, and now you will pay the price for your thinking. "
As I have stated in my past posts on this, I take no joy in this, for I feel that this young man could have had a productive life had he gone in a different direction. Just as those nine individuals whose life, he took who were already contributing to their community and society as a whole. This young could have done the same, but, instead, he embraced the hatred of racism. Could the jurors have come back with any other than what they did, given he refused to accept help on the various level of his trial? Sadly the answer is no.