Transcript for New Video Revealed in Dylann Roof Trial
We'll move on to the latest on dylann roof's murder trial. Prosecutors reveal chilling images of him before and after his attack on an African-American church where he shot and killed nine people. ABC's Steve osunsami has the latest from Charleston. Reporter: Jurors are getting to see this admitted racist and accused killer at target practice. Police say 22-year-old dylann roof accorded himself at home using the same 45 caliber flock he's accused of using in the shootings at this historic black church. Families of the nine he's accused of murdering sat in shock as an FBI agent testified that roof went and staked out their church several times in the months before the killings. Police say a gps device in roof's car say he drove from his home in Columbia to the church in Charles stand in disease of 2014, twice in February the next year, again in April and then twice in may. Police say they also found a list of other black churches in the back of his car. Cal Virginia very episcopal was one of them. Yesterday I got a text from one of the parishioners here and her words resonated with me, she said, my, lord, it could have been a lot of things, but we count our blessings. Reporter: Investigators told jurors roof had drawers and closets full of ammunition at his home. Today we could hear from one of three survivors who says roof let her live so that she could tell the story. The jury could get this case tomorrow. George. That will be dramatic testimony. Okay, Steve, thanks very much.
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