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Dylann Roof 'almost didn't go through' with Charleston church shooting

Source: NBC News


Roof, 21, has told police that he "almost didn't go through with it because everyone was so nice to him," sources told NBC News.

Dylann Roof, the man who gunned down nine parishioners at a historically black church in Charleston, South Carolina, has been charged with nine counts of murder and a weapons possession charge, police said.

Roof confessed to the horrific killings at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston on Wednesday night, two sources confirmed to NBC News.

Read more: http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/charleston-church-shooting/dylann-roof-almost-didnt-go-through-charleston-church-shooting-n378341

Roof has told police that he "almost didn't go through with it because everyone was so nice to him"


Your skepticism is duly noted.

and you can bet YOUR sweet bippy on that.

Sorry he disappointed you by not, in your view, trying to create "a social-liberal paradise".

Maybe, but "fantasizing" is a far better

alternative to actually doing it, as ISIS and some theocratic Muslim governments do.

Question: How many expats here used "Right of Return" laws

based on family origins, as an aide to legal residence/citizenship in a foreign country?

I'm wondering what countries you went to, and how hard or easy it was for you

living and/or "assimilating", if that is the proper term, in the country you "returned"


I have the right via my maternal grandparents. I'm learning the language

and considering using it for dual citizenship and part time residence.


I have a question: What is your opinion of learning two different languages at once?

I'm contemplating it now, so I could use your advice.

LOl. .True, that.

Anyone see "The Drop"?...I saw it, almost by accident, and liked it a lot!

Written by Dennis Lehane (Mystic River) and starring James Gandolfini in his last

role. It contains a very interesting twist I didn't see coming.

What was the nuclear "problem" which happened recently in New Mexico?

Sorry I can't be more specific, but it seems it occurred in Northern

New Mexico near that nuclear "hub" whose name escapes me at the moment.

Heard it mentioned on radio news.

I have a question, Floridians -- Spouse and i are thinking of buying a house in Florida

We're nearing retirement, and, much as we love Chicago, we're getting really

sick of the long, cold winters....For the last week or so, the temperatures

have been well below freezing, and it's only November -- I think

you get the picture.

What are your thoughts on West coast of Florida vs. the East coast?

What are the most liberal cities on each coast?

Thanks so much for your help.

Anyone see the Quinn/Rauner debate last night?

Quinn didn't look or sound very confident, which made me worry about his chances.

On the other hand, last I heard, he was ahead of Rauner.
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