Posted by | January 10, 2017 19:19 | Filed under: News Behaving Badly

Dylann Roof has “no regret” about what he did.

During the sentencing phase for the South Carolina man convicted of killing nine at a black church in 2015, federal prosecutors revealed he is incapable of feeling remorse.

It’s just not an emotion Dylann Roof has extended to the nine victims he fatally shot at Emanuel African Methodist Emanuel Church, they said Wednesday. Roof was convicted last month of 33 federal counts in the deaths of the black parishioners…

“I would like to make it crystal clear I do not regret what I did. I am not sorry. I have not shed a tear for the innocent people I killed,” he wrote, and later continued, “I have shed a tear of self-pity for myself. I feel pity that I had to do what I did in the first place.”

 

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  • amersham1046

    A product of modern America

  • StoneyCurtisll

    I bet the only thing he is sorry for is not getting to vote for Donald Trump…

    • whatthe46

      he only said that sh!t b/c he’s getting the DP. if his ass was going to gen pop, he’d be crying and singing i’m sorry all damn day long. he knows he’s protected because he received the DP. the bastard.

  • Suzanne McFly

    It is awful a person who contributes pure hatred is here and 9 beautiful, loving people are dead because of him.

  • Suzanne McFly

    And for the trolls who claim racism is dead, read this article and answer a few questions posed……
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/steve-nelson/enough-already-about-raci_b_9125484.html

  • Mensa Member

    I didn’t follow his defense. Why did he think he had to kill innocent people?

    • whatthe46

      does planning to murder innocent people in their house of worship require a defense by a racist POS? would it have mattered?

      • Mensa Member

        It doesn’t ultimately matter. I was just curious.

        • whatthe46

          but, you do know why.

  • Lyndia

    He is not sorry and neither am I. He is going to get the hot shot. Good bye, mfer.

  • mistlesuede

    I’m not really a supporter of capital punishment, but every once in a while a case comes along that makes me think differently. This is one of those cases.

    • Mister Atoz

      He seems to think so, too.

      • mistlesuede

        Obviously he is very mentally challenged. I don’t normally think people who are this messed up should be executed. But then I look at someone like Charles Manson who is out of his mind and think, why did we allow such horrible evil to stay on this earth? What did it cost the good people of the country all these years when that money could have been used to improve the chances for inmates that were stuck in there for stupid drug charges who never killed a single person?

        • Mister Atoz

          From what I heard, he basically asked for it. No one testified on his behalf and I believe I read that he said he deserved it. It’s a complicated issue for me along the lines of what you said.

        • Willys41

          Sure, he’s obviously got mental defects, but he seems to understand the difference between right and wrong, and now, just like any other rebellious youth, he’s sticking out his chin and declaring “he ain’t sorry he did it.”

    • Willys41

      Capital punishment is wrong, stupid, and expensive. And now it’s time for my badminton lesson.