a.k.a.Dylan Goof, Naked Mole Rat, Loser In Life, Confederacy Supporter
Location:Columbia, Hopkins & Charleston, South Carolina| Florida (America)
Snitch Biography: There are a lot of horrible things colored and Caucasian people alike want to do to the privileged goof that is Dylan Storm Roof.
If you don't know who this mute clown is, well here is a brief rundown. Dylann Storm Roof (born April 3, 1994) is an American white supremacist and mass murderer convicted for perpetrating the Charleston church shooting on June 17, 2015. This shooting was considered one of the focal events to the birth of the current race issues derived in America during the Trump presidency, this along with the Trayvon Martin incident.
So just to run through this kids pointless relevance on the planet, lets give an overdue welcome to one of the goofiest petty hate-filled worthless walking examples of human garbage to the Golden Snitches Hall of Fame. This post is going to be extremely detailed as I dissect this insect limb from limb starting from his childhood.
Family: Dylann Roof was born in Columbia, South Carolina, to Franklin Bennett (called Bennett) Roof, a carpenter and a construction contractor, and Amelia "Amy" Cowles, a bartender. His parents had divorced but were temporarily reconciled at the time of his birth. When Roof was five, his father married Paige Mann (née Hastings) in November 1999; they divorced after ten years of marriage. Roof has two siblings, an older half sister and a younger sister, Morgan Roof. (A seperate post is coming soon for this witch) Bennett Roof was allegedly verbally and physically abusive toward Mann. The family mostly lived in South Carolina, though from about 2005 to 2008, they temporarily moved to the Florida Keys however there is no information about Roof attending local schools there. Prior to the attack, Roof was living alternately in Bennett's and Cowles' homes in downtown Columbia and Hopkins, respectively, but was mostly raised by his stepmother Mann. For several weeks preceding the attack, Roof had also been occasionally living in the home of an old friend from middle school and the latter's mother, two brothers, and girlfriend. He allegedly spent his time using drugs and getting drunk. He had been working as a landscaper at the behest of his father, but quit the job prior to the shooting.
Mental Retardation Process: According to a 2009 affidavit filed for Mann's divorce, Roof exhibited "obsessive compulsive behavior" as he grew up, obsessing over germs and insisting on having his hair cut in a certain style. When he was in middle school, he exhibited an interest in smoking marijuana, having once been caught spending money on it. In nine years, Roof attended at least seven schools in two South Carolina counties, including White Knoll High School in Lexington, in which he repeated the ninth grade, finishing it in another school. He apparently stopped attending classes in 2010 and, according to his family, dropped out of school and spent his time alternating between playing video games and taking drugs, such as Suboxone. He was on the rolls of a local Evangelical Lutheran congregation, not sure if he still attended. Roof carried a bit rage because of what he viewed as his "inferiority complex as a kid" especially to people of color, Latinos and Blacks. He did have some black friends growing up but overall he was the type of kid to call the teacher on a person of color during the most mundane of situations. His maternal uncle, Carson Cowles, said that he expressed concern about the social withdrawal of his then nineteen year old nephew, because "he still didn't have a job, a driver's license or anything like that and he just stayed in his room a lot of the time." Cowles said he tried to mentor Roof, but was rejected and they drifted apart. According to Mann, Roof cut off all contact with her after her divorce from his father. When his sister planned to be married, he did not respond to her invitation to the event. Kid had a Suboxone addiction, Suboxone is an opioid related drug.
That's enough of his childhood, why is this kid here? Well On the evening of June 17, 2015, a mass shooting took place at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina, United States. During a routine Bible study at the church, a white man about 21 years old, later identified as Roof, opened fire with a handgun, killing nine elderly African American churchgoers. Roof was unemployed and living in largely African-American Eastover at the time of the attack. The attack was treated as a hate crime by police, and officials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) were called in to assist in the investigation and manhunt.
At 10:44 a.m., on the morning after the attack, Roof was captured in a traffic stop in Shelby, North Carolina, approximately 245 miles (394 km) from the shooting scene. A .45-caliber pistol was found in the car during the arrest, though it was not immediately clear if it was the same one used in the attack. Police received a tip-off from a driver, Debbie Dills, from Gastonia, North Carolina. She recognized Roof driving his car, a black Hyundai Elantra with South Carolina license plates and a three-flag "Confederate States of America" bumper decoration, on U.S. Route 74, recalling security camera images taken at the church and distributed to the media. She later recalled, "I got closer and saw that haircut. I was nervous. I had the worst feeling. Is that him or not him?" She called her employer, who contacted local police, and then tailed the suspect's car for 35 miles (56 km) until she was certain authorities were moving in for an arrest. His older half sister also reported him to the police after seeing his photo on the news. Roof was arrested and was interrogated by agents of the FBI. He stated that he had been traveling to Nashville, Tennessee, when he was arrested in Shelby. Police in Shelby deferred his questioning to the FBI. An unidentified source said interrogations with Roof after his arrest determined he had been planning the attack for around six months, researched Emanuel AME Church, and targeted it because of its role in African American history. He was arrested, whats baffling is that the local police at the time had arrested him whilst with a bulletproof vest on Roof so he can be brought "safe". Ridiculous.
How is he a snitch though? Well for starters as mentioned in his childhood, before race issues had been prevalent in his life; Roof had a habit of biting his tongue and tattle tailing. That was as a kid, how about now. Well that's when during trial on June 19, 2015, Roof was charged federally with:
Hate crime act resulting in death (9 counts), Hate crime act involving an attempt to kill (3 counts), Obstruction of exercise of religion resulting in death (9 counts), Obstruction of exercise of religion involving an attempt to kill and use of a dangerous weapon (3 counts), Use of a firearm to commit murder during and in relation to a crime of violence (9 counts) resulting in the federal decision for the death penalty. Later statewide charges from South Carolina also made him eligible for the death penalty. That's not all, the goofy kid wasn't all that moved by it either. Being okay with his sentencing, he took the time on the stand to confess he shot 9 innocent black churchgoers to "start a race war". Yup this bean is a comedy act. However it doesn't stop there, as the seeds of hate and realization were sewn into the South Carolina soil from that point.
His ultimate snitch act was when FBI were able to discover how he wrote a "manifesto" explaining the reasoning behind his actions and his plan to start a race war. This manifesto was discovered on a website he ran called, lastrhodesian.com. The site included a cache of photos of Roof posing with a handgun and a Confederate Battle Flag, as well as with the widely recognized neo-Nazi code numbers 88 (an abbreviation for the salute "Heil Hitler!") and 1488, written in sand. Roof was also seen spitting on and burning an American flag. While some photographs seemed to show Roof at home in his room, others were taken on an apparent tour of slavery-related historical sites in North and South Carolina, including Sullivan's Island, the largest slave disembarkation port in North America, four former plantations, two cemeteries (one for white Confederate soldiers, the other for slaves), and the Museum and Library of Confederate History in Greenville. Roof is believed to have taken self-portraits using a timer, and his visits were not remembered by staff members working at the sites. The unsigned, 2,444-word manifesto apparently authored by Roof, in which he outlined his opinions, all methodically broken into the following sections: "Blacks", "Jews", "Hispanics", "East Asians", "Patriotism", and "An Explanation":
"I have no choice. I am not in the position to, alone, go into the ghetto and fight. I chose Charleston because it is most historic city in my state, and at one time had the highest ratio of blacks to Whites in the country. We have no skinheads, no real KKK, no one doing anything but talking on the internet. Well someone has to have the bravery to take it to the real world, and I guess that has to be me."
The manifesto states that its author was "truly awakened" by coverage of the shooting of Trayvon Martin:
"I was not raised in a racist home or environment. Living in the South, almost every white person has a small amount of racial awareness, simply because of the numbers of n****es in this part of the country. But it is a superficial awareness. Growing up, in school, the white and black kids would make racial jokes toward each other, but all they were were jokes. Me and white friends would sometimes would watch things that would make us think that? blacks were the real racists? and other elementary thoughts like this, but there was no real understanding behind it. I read the Wikipedia article and right away I was unable to understand what the big deal was. It was obvious that Zimmerman was in the right. But more importantly this prompted me to type in the words "black on white crime" into Google, and I have never been the same since that day. The first website I came to was the Council of Conservative Citizens. There were pages upon pages of these brutal black on white murders. I was in disbelief. At this moment I realized that something was very wrong. How could the news be blowing up the Trayvon Martin case while hundreds of these black on white murders got ignored?"
According to court documents filed in August 2016, Roof drafted two other manifestos, one in 2015 and the other in jail, recovered from his vehicle and jail cell respectively. He also made a list of churches and a "selection of victims", along with other writings.
Now here is the funny part, its why I call him a goof throughout all this. The irony is that in present day 2018, many events happened since than that has seen Dylan's delusional point of view bite him back ten fold. As a result of this massacre, we had the honorary removal of the South Carolina Confederate Flag from state grounds and into a museum. We had bills enacted in several states that call for the removal of confederate statues nationwide. Dylan Roof had been assaulted whilst in prison, beaten down by and African American man who was later freed on bond, he didn't even know who the kid was just thought he was a weirdo, god bless his soul. You have the nationwide awareness of race issues as they are at the forefront. The so called " Council of Conservative Citizens" had official been shut down as it was identified as a white supremacist neo-nazi website. A memorial day was created on the anniversary of the deaths.
So I really hope he doesn't get sentenced to death, I'd rather have him alive so he can suffer rotting aware in some sewer dump.
Physical Description: Ethnicity/Race: Caucasian American
Weight: 120 Lbs
Tattoos: Pro-White Tattoos
Clothing Style: Confederate Loser
Sexual Orientation: Inbred