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16th Street Baptist Church bombing prosecutor discusses SC church shooting

Former U.S. attorney Doug Jones talked with WIAT 42 News Anchor Sherri Jackson about the South Carolina shooting that killed nine. Jones is …

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Charleston shooting brings up bad memories for 16th Street Baptist Church Members

The Charleston shooting has opened up old wounds in Birmingham, making residents reminiscent of the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist …

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PHOTOS: Mourning Charleston Church Victims

Nine people were killed when a gunman opened fire inside a downtown Charleston, South Carolina church June 17, 2015 during bible study. The …

Dylann Roof, 21, of Lexington County, South Carolina, has been named a suspect in the shooting Wednesday, June 17, 2015 that left nine dead at a Charleston church. Police are investigating the incident as a hate crime but have yet to declare it an act of domestic terrorism. Several online protestors believe the media and law enforcement officials are hesitant to jump to stereotypical conclusions about a white suspect, but do so for minority suspects. (Lexington Co. Detention Center/Facebook)

Suspect in Charleston church shooting apprehended without incident

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Dylann Roof, 21, of Lexington County, South Carolina, reportedly has been apprehended in Shelby, North Carolina.

Dylann Roof, 21, of Lexington County, South Carolina, has been named a suspect in the shooting Wednesday, June 17, 2015 that left nine dead at a Charleston church. Police are investigating the incident as a hate crime but have yet to declare it an act of domestic terrorism. Several online protestors believe the media and law enforcement officials are hesitant to jump to stereotypical conclusions about a white suspect, but do so for minority suspects. (Lexington Co. Detention Center/Facebook)

Online protestors: Race dictates how media, investigators handle Charleston shooting

Online protesters argue the media, and law enforcement officials are hesitant to label white suspect a terrorist.