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it has been a source of strength in this community for so long and that strength is needed today. our thoughts primarily with those who were killed here but we do have new information about the shooter. . 21-year-old dylann roof is back in charleston right now. he's scheduled to make a court appearance this afternoon. police say he was the person who opened fire inside this church wednesday night killing nine people in a bible study class. he was spotted by a woman in shelby, north carolina, a four-hour drive from here. he had a gun in his possession when he was taken into custody. it's not clear whether that's the same gun that was used in the church shooting. family members of his dispute reports that his father bought him a .45 caliber handgun for his birthday. there was other reports he was given money and bought the gun himself.
we're learning about the final moments inside the bible study class as nine people were killed. the young man actually sat in the class for up to an hour before he opened fire. he might have even prayed with the victims. i want to bring in nick valencia good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, we believe that 21-year-old dylann roof will wake up in a county jail in north charleston after being captured just north of here spotted by a a florest who saw his suspicious car, notified authorities and that led him to be arrested. we believe that dylann roof is in isolation away from the rest of the prison population likely on suicide watch. according to our affiliate here in charleston they believe the first bond appearance that hearing will take place at 2:00 p.m. eastern where the charges against him will be formalized. this is a a capital offense meaning he will likely face the
death penalty. all of that won't necessarily happen today. today like yesterday was about trying to find him. today is trying to figure him out. what would compel him to open fire in that church during a a bible study session. two ongoing investigations into those nine murders as well as into whether or not this is a hate crime local police have classified it as such. investigators will look into whether or not dylann roof has ties or known ties to white supremacist groups. here in charleston there's a sense of relief that the suspect was caught but grief has overcome this community. grief that is just now beginning, john. >> you can see the sadness around here but you and i both saw the relief as this man was taken into custody because there was genuine fear. there was someone who went into the church behind me and opened fire on people who were praying. what kind of person could do that. that's why there was fear and relief that he was caught. nick valencia thank you so
much. what can cause someone to do that? how can someone be filled with so much hate? there might never be an answer to that question. dylann roof people who knew him said he was shy and quiet and kept to himself. he dropped out of high school after ninth grade. he was arrested in february on drug charges. he was then arrested again for trespassing a at a shopping mall. a mall he was lingering in an odd way for some time. there's also a picture from his facebook page. it shows him in the woods wearing a jacket with patches. take a look at the patches. one of them is the former flag of south africa. the other is from zimbabwe. a friend of this young man told abc news how he felt about black people. >> he wanted segregation. >> what did he want to see happen? >> he wanted something big. he wanted to make something
spark up the race war again. >> what kind of gun did he have? >> a 45 glock. >> the youngest victim of the shooting, 26-year-old posted a snapchat video from moments before the attack. in the video you can see the alleged shooter at the far end of the table. family members say when he began firing he stepped in front of his aunt and took a bullet intend. ed for her. still, she was killed. sanders posted on instagram three hours before a quote that said "a life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives." he did have an impact on lives as you'll hear so many of those killed here did. i want you to listen to an interview given to anderson cooper. a woman who survived by
pretending to be dead described to her the horror of what unfolded inside. >> what i heard is after shooting a couple rounds her son tried to talk him into not committing anymore murder. >> a person tried to talk him down? >> e he did. he tried to talk him down and her son and grand baby had already planned that they were going to just act as if they were already killed. but the son was concerned about the reverend. and he got up and that's when the gunman said you know after the young man tried to stop him from doing what he wanted to
finish off, he said no you raped our women and you are taking over the country. >> you have raped our women and taking over the country. >> i have to do what i have to do. >> and he continued shooting? >> he shot the young man. his mother was there and she witnessed. she pretended as though she was dead but she watched her son fall and lay there. she lay there in his blood. now her entire dress was drenched in blood. she said that's my son's blood. he was a good boy. he was a good boy. >> and he died? >> he passed. along with one of her aunts. >> there's so much loss there's
so much sadness, so much grief this morning. not just here in charleston but all across the country. churches are holding vigils from coast to coast. there were six women, three men who we are learning shared a love of family and such strong faith. the reverend was the leader of the emanuel church. he also served in the south carolina senate. he's being remembered as a gentleman, a tall man with a strong voice. singleton was a speech therapist at a local high school. cynthia hurd worked in the public library system 31 years as a librarian. middleton-doctor was a church leader lost. both were long-time members of the church. daniel simmons was a retired
pastor who attended every sunday. thompson was teaching the bible study. we told you about the youngest victim sanders. he was committed to his church committed to his family and was so generous. >> i've been praying, he really loves his family. he talks about his mom every day. anything you asked him to do he would do. if you met him, you knew you had had a a good friend on your side regardless of anything. he made you smile even when you didn't want to smile. he was happy all the time, always smiling. >> when you hear about these nine people who were killed these nine caring people, it's so hard not to be angry. president obama made a statement from the white house. he noted how many statements
he's had to make after mass killings. e he said he is angry and he used the statement as a chance to talk about gun control. >> i have had to make statements like this too many times. communities like this have had to endure tragedies like this too many times. we don't have all the facts, but we do know that once again innocent people were killed in part because someone who wanted to inflict harm had no trouble getting their hands on a gun. >> the justice department is investigating this asa hate crime crime. south carolina senator tim scott told cnn that he has little doubt that race was a factor. >> there's been a lot of talk today about whether this is an act of domestic terrorism. >> i certainly see the terrorism component as it relates to just a senseless violence taken out
on a group of innocent people in a place of worship. >> after learning about the shooting senator scott organized a prayer. service on capitol hill and was attended by more than 100 members of congress and staffers. there's an outpouring of emotion on capitol hill obviously, here as well. but i can also tell you the emotions are from fear when the killer was still on the loose to relief when he was caught to sadness and just anger over how this could happen. >> has he said anything to police about his motive? has he talked to police yet? any kind of admission from him about his role here? >> we don't know yet. we simply do not know yet what he's doing. when police took him into custody it happened without incident. he surrendered to him when they got to the car there. it's possible that he won't put up much of a fight here.
police are fairly confident in the case they have between the video and the car and the license plate so we will see what kind of legal twists and turns take place over the next several days. >> you look at the pictures of the people and see all they accomplished and the people who love them and think about the contrast between this accused killer the difference, the stark difference about what all these people meant to their community and to their families and that they are gone is just heartbreaking and unfair. john you're going to continue following that story for us this morning. two escaped killers in the fbi's most wanted list. new information in the case as the search widens, next.
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two inmates who broke out of a prison two weeks ago are now on the fbi's most wanted list. this as we learn more about the prison worker's role in their escape and how her husband is now coping with the realization she may have been plotting with them. >> joyce mitchell is accused of helping two killers break out of a maximum security prison. now her husband's attorney is speaking out saying lyle had no knowledge of the escape plan. he only learned after the fact from his own wife who also said it involved a possible plot to kill him. joyce mitchell is behind bars. lyle went to visit his wife earlier this week. . his attorney said he had questions that needed answers.
>> his questions are were you really going to -- were you really part of this plot to have me hurt. were you really part of this escape plot. what was really going on with these two individuals and you? i mean like i said he was in love with her. he had had no idea that she was having these conversations with other men. he's just devastated. >> according to investigators, joyce mitchell and richard mat say they had relationship. between her and sweat, that was investigated after there were reports of improper interactions. lyle confronted his wife joyce who denied the allegations. later david sweat approached lyle mitchell also denying those allegations. christine and john? u.s. efforts to train rebels in the fight against isis have
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of the church shooting. she was a coach to high school girls track team. she was an assistant pastor at emanuel. last night his teammates and coaches surrounded him with love and support. >> i just think about her smile. she smiles 24/7. that's what i'm thinking about to push me on to do stuff like this. thinking about her smile. we'll get through it. it's tough times, but i know everybody will press on. love is always stronger than hate. so we just love the way my mom would and the hate won't be. anywhere close to what love is. >> charleston southern is planning to have a prayer vigil monday morning at 11:30. golf's second major of the year, the u.s. open, getting going yesterday at chambers bay. just when you thought things couldn't get worse for tiger woods he had his worst round ever at the u.s. open. tiger was all over the place
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i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman live in charleston south carolina this it morning. 30 minutes past the hour the sun is about to rise here in charleston. about to rise over the beautiful emanuel church right behind me. mother emanuel, as she is known here. the source of strength here in the community for 200 years and strength that is so badly needed that is city and this nation grieves about what happened here behind me. nine lives lost at the hands of one shooter. the alleged shooter, 21-year-old dylann roof is scheduled to make a court appearance this afternoon in charleston. police say he was the person who opened fire inside this church behind me wednesday night killing nine people in a bible study class. he was spotted by a woman in shelby north carolina about a four-hour drive from here. he had a a gun in his possession which was apprehended. it's not clear if it's the same
used in the shoot egg. family members are disputing reports that his father bought him a handgun for his 21st birthday. it's possible that he got money for his birthday and bought the gun himself. we are learning new information about the final moments inside the bible study class where nine people lost their lives. before the shooter opened fire he sat with them for an hour during the bible study, perhaps even praying with them. i want to bring in nick valencia, who has been covering the story right from the start with the latest developments. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, john 21-year-old dylann roof will wake up in a north charleston county jail this morning. about four hours from her, he was captured after being spotted by a florist who noticed his suspicious vehicle and notified police. what we know about roof this morning is he's likely separated
from the rest of the prison population innizelation perhaps even on suicide watch. according to our local affiliate, we expect him to make his first court appearance a bond hearing where the murder charges will be formalized. all of that won't be figured out necessarily today. as yesterday was trying to find him. today will be trying to figure out who this individual is and what compelled him to carry out this mass shooting in that church. the grieving just get. ing started. the tension that we saw yesterday during that manhunt, that's come and gone but the grief here in this community is just getting started, john. >> so much relief when he was caught. a man who allegedly said he wanted to kill black people and then did. there was fear here. there was just also fantastic police work. nick valencia thank you.
there are questions about how someone can come to hate so much. how do you develop such loathing. people who grew up with the shooter say he was a shy and quiet guy who kept mostly to himself. he dropped out of high school after ninth grade. he was arrested in february on drug charges. he was then arrested again in april on a trespassing charge. authorities say he was lingering around a mall a shopping mall. e we also have a photo from his facebook page. it features a picture of him in the woods. take a look at the patches on the jacket. one is a flag of the former apartheid regime of south africa. the other is a flag of zimbabwe. these are symbols of white supremacy. a friend told abc news about this man's attitude toward black people. >> he wanted segregation.
>> what did he want to see happen? >> he wanted something big. he wanted to make something spark up the race war again. >> what kind of gun did he have? >> a .45 glock. >> did he carry it around? >> in his car. >> the youngest victim in the shooting posted a snapchat video from moments before the deadly attack. in the video you can see the alleged shooter at the far end of the table. family members of victims say when the shooter began firing sanders stepped in front of his aunt and took a bullet intend for her. she was also killed. sanders did post on instagram three hours before his death. he put up a quote, "a life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives." he had such an impact on so many lives. now i want you to listen to an interview a woman gave to anderson cooper.
one of her relatives was killed in the church shooting. a woman who survived by pretending to be dead described to her that the shear horror of what unfolded inside that bible study class. >> what i heard is after shooting a couple rounds her son tried to talk him into not committing anymore murder. he tried to talk him down. and her son and grand baby had already planned that they were going to just act as though they were already killed, but the son was concerned about the reverend and he got up and that's when the gunman said you know after
the young man tried to stop had him from doing what he want eded to finish off, he said no you raped our women and you are taking over the country. >> you have raped our women and taking over the country? >> i have to do what i have to do. and he shot the young man, his mother was there. she witnessed -- she pretended as though she wa dead that she was shot and dead but she watched her son fall and laid there. she laid there in his blood. >> she laid there in his blood? >> yes, she did. her entire dress was drenched in blood. she said that's my son's blood. he was a good boy. he was a good boy.
>> and he passed? >> and he passed. him along with one of her aunts. >> so much loss and there is so much grief here in this city this morning. but really all around the country as well. churches from coast to coast are honoring the nine. victims, the six women and three men who shared a love of faith and family. these z are the name. s i want you to remember today. the leader of the church served in a south carolina senate. he's being remembered as a gentleman with a strong voice. sharonda singleton, she was a speech therapist and high school track coach. her son plays college baseball. cynthia hurd worked in the library system for 31 years. she was a manager at one of the busiest branches. middleton-doctor was another
minister. susie jackson was 87 years old. daniel simmons was a retired pastor who attended bible study every wednesday. mira thompson was teach inging when the gun. man opened fire. and friends say sanders was committed to his church and family and so generous. >> i have been praying. he really loves his family. he talks about his mom every day that he get. a chance to talk to his mom all the time. anything you asked him to do he would do. if you met him, you knew you had a good friend on your side regardless of anything. he made you smile even when you didn't want to smile.
happy, always smiling. >> he made you want to smile when you didn't. christine, you have four church leaders, four people who were leaders in this church. so many others who were leaders in the community. an 87-year-old woman, these are the names, these are the names that are important to remember. these are the lives that were taken, but their presence i can tell you, is still felt here in this city. >> we're showing those pictures now. i see the reverend singleton smiling on the top row. she was a speech therapist, a girl's track coach, and she had a son who is an athlete himself who said so famously that love is stronger than hate. and to hear that from his mouth, that's what i want to think about this morning that love is stronger than hate. another big story we're following this morning. two escaped killers on the fbi's
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>> christine, john joyce mitchell is accused of helping two killers break out of a maximum security prison. her husband's attorney is saying that lyle mitchell had had no knowledge of the escape plan. he only learned about it after the fact from his own wife who also told him it involved a possible plot to kill him. joyce mitchell is now behind bars. lyle went to visit his wife of 21 years earlier in week. his attorney says he had questions that needed answers. >> his questions are were you really part of this plot to have me hurt. were you really part of this escape plot. what was really going on with these two individuals and you. i mean like i said he was in love with her. he had had no idea she was having these conversations with other men. he's devastated.
>> reporter: joyce mitchell and richard mat had a sexual relationship. as for the possibility of some kind of relationship between joyce and david sweat, well that had been previously investigated after there were reports of improper interactions. at the time lyle confronted his wife who denied the allegations. later david sweat approached lyle mitchell also denying those allegations. >> thank you for that. let's look at what's coming up on "new day." >> hey, christine, great to see you. i'm in south carolina with all of the latest developments. we have details about the suspect's past. we'll speak with people who knew the gunman and friends of the victims. we'll hear from the woman who spotted the suspect and led police to him. we'll address this growing concern that somehow we have
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sunrising over the church here in charleston south carolina. john berman reporting live from the scene right now. let me give you the latest. the suspect, 21-year-old dylann roof is scheduled to make a court appearance this afternoon. he's the man who opened fire at a bible study class wednesday night killing nine people. he was apprehended by police 14 hours after the shooting in shelby, north carolina. that's about a four-hour drive from here. he had a handgun in his possession at the time of arrest. it's not clear whether that was the same gun used in the attack. roof was spotted by a florist. she says she recognized him by seeing his picture on tv. she was running late to work. she immediately grabbed her phone and dialled her boss. >> when she called she said i think this is the guy from
charleston that shot the people. e she said i'm right beside him. so i said where are you at? she pulled off by then. i said we have to call the police to notify them that it may be him. o our conversation may not be him, and she didn't want to call if it wasn't him. but it could be. so we called the police while she was on the phone and she got back on 74 headed to catch up with him because he had probably travelled four or five miles before she could catch up with him. >> there was something inside of me that didn't look right to me. i had seen the tag on the front of his car and everything was -- i even noticed the haircut that he had from watching it on the news. so everything inside of me said it was possible but everything inside of me didn't want to believe it. >> she recognized the haircut. the story gets really interesting. he says she had just been
praying for the victims of the shooting. she was in church praying and after she spotted roof in his car and she says she believes it was a case of divine intervention. >> he answered the prayers of those people that were praying in charleston last night that were in those circles holding hands. god heard the prayers of those people and used us as vessels to get. his work done. >> it was also just a textbook case of police work christine. the police used the video to get the picture out to use the video to trace the license e plate. they got his name, they used media. they had been thanking the media for get ingting the man's picture and name out there so people could recognize his haircut driving on the road. just really solid police work. >> really is and exactly what police said they wanted. they needed the public to help them find their perpetrator. in fact so interesting that it
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welcome back, i'm christine romans. asian shares are up but china is the big story, they are down 6% on bubble fears. european shares are much higher. no deal on greece's bail out program yesterday, but there will be an emergency meeting of leaders to try to avert default. fears are not holding stocks back here. the nasdaq topped its peak set 15 years ago. the top media story, suspended anchor brian williams is meeting with colleagues to apologize for embarrassing the news division. staffers choked back tears. the meetings in d.c. were also emotional but for different reasons. it's part of a bat toll
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>> the the heart of soul is of south carolina is broken. >> communities have to had to endure tragedies like this too many times. >> we are a strong and faithful state. >> this wasn't a tornado. this was racist. >> we can't eliminate these types of incidents if e we don't get at the source of the problem. >> together we come to bury racism to bury bigotry and to revive compassion and tenderness. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and michaela pereira. >> good morning, everyone welcome to your "new day." it is friday june 19th it's 6:00 in the east. i'm live in charleston south carolina at the maritime center where police have been briefing the media. michaela pereira is just a few blocks away at the emanuel church.
and chris is in new york. chris, we can tell you that the city of charleston is reeling from this cold-blooded massacre. nine people killed while in bible study at one of the nation east most authorities captured the alleged gunman in north carolina. this morning, chris, he is back here in charleston to face charges. >> we'll be watching that today, alisyn. you have a lot of reporting on the hate crime. the act of terrorism spiking debates about gun laws and whether we should be focusing on just terrorism overseas or what is possible back here at home. was this massacre an act of terrorism is a question on many minds, alisyn. >> chris, all of this, as disturbing details of the suspect's past. his racist comments and ties to white supremacy. >> how you feeling?
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