Death penalty for “heinous crimes”. The Federal Court of Appeal confirmed Wednesday Death Penalty Of the American Dylan roof that was cold Nine black churches were shot down A church in South Carolina in 2015 was a massacre that shocked the planet.
“No medical summary or in-depth legal analysis can fully predict the brutality of Roof’s act.
Considering the superiority of white men over other races, Dylan Roof fired 77 times at a Methodist church in Charleston on June 17, 2015, expelling nine black worshipers from the United States with bullets. A Bible study session. The young man was then 21 years old.
Remedies are still possible
The film had American and international public opinion as it bled as a symbol of the struggle against slavery: Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church brings together the oldest black community in this historic city of the era of gardens. Southeastern America.
The young militant was sentenced to death in early 2017 without remorse or apology.
Before the Court of Appeal, his attorneys sought to have his sentence overturned, arguing that the trial judge should never accept the defendant’s request to ensure his own safety. But the appellate judges set aside this argument.
The convict, now 27 and a prison inmate, is not at risk of execution in the short term since President Biden’s administration banned the federal execution last month. He may still try to appeal to the Court of Appeals or the U.S. Supreme Court.