Dylann Roof Found Guilty on All 33 Charges in Federal Trial

Roof, 22, could face the death penalty after being convicted by a jury on all 33 charges for killing nine people in an African-American church in Charleston.
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the latest on dylann roof convicted yesterday on 33 charges for murdering nine people in an African-American church. Roof could face the death penalty and Steve osunsami has been covering the trial in Charleston, South Carolina. Good morning, Steve. Reporter: Good morning, to you, George. This morning dylann roof is a convicted murderer and the headline here is what many wanted to see, justice delivered and heads to the sentencing phase which begins in this white house behind me in January. Hate was on trial and it lost. Guilty 33 times. 22-year-old dylann roof will pay for the nine lives he stole in the basement of this historic black church. Felice that Sanders escaped with her life but watched him execute her aunt and son. She says she's upset roof wouldn't even look at her on the witness stand. That goes to show you how cold and callous he is. You slaughtered nine people and you sit there and don't even look. Reporter: Prosecutors told jurors that his hate for black people was overwhelming. In this FBI confession they say he laughed nine times. What kind of gun did you use? A Glock 40. Reporter: The government showed jurors this video roof recorded himself practicing with the same gun he used at the church. Look closely at the phone book. They say that's how he shot his victims standing over them and shooting till they died. We first met Sharon and her aunt was murdered in cold blood. She says even if he doesn't get the death penalty he'll have to answer to nine angels. If not, then he will spend the rest of his life with those nine angels coming to him every night talking about Jesus. That's right. Reporter: One of those family members told us it took everything in his power not to leap across the courtroom and put his hands on roof. Roof has decided to represent himself in the next phase of this trial. The judge, however, is giving him until January 3rd to change his mind. George. Oh, man, okay, Steve, thanks

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