Jennifer Pinckney Describes Moments of Terror Inside Emanuel AME Church

Smith, Hawes, and Darlington write, “Pinckney’s words carried a chilling weight following a prosecutor’s revelation that Roof had penned a jailhouse manifesto six weeks after his arrest, saying he had ‘no regret’ for the killings and hadn’t shed a tear for his victims.” Roof, who is representing himself, told jurors that he had no mental health issues. “There is nothing wrong with me,” he said.

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