A police officer keeps watch at the entrance to the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church as a worship service took place inside, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof left nine black churchgoers dead, Sunday, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.

A police officer keeps watch at the entrance to the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church as a worship service took place inside, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof left nine black churchgoers dead, Sunday, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.

 Mourners gather near the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, less than a day after Dylann Roof shot nine black churchgoers, Thursday, June 18, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.

Mourners gather near the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, less than a day after Dylann Roof shot nine black churchgoers, Thursday, June 18, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.

 Mourners stand outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof left nine black churchgoers dead, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.

Mourners stand outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof left nine black churchgoers dead, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.

 Mourners kneel outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof left nine black churchgoers dead, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.

Mourners kneel outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof left nine black churchgoers dead, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.

 Tawana Clark, of Charleston, sheds a tear during a moment of silence at Bridge to Peace, a unity march in on the Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge, June 21, 2015, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church left nine black churchgoers dead. She was one of thousands who participated in the bridge march; they started from either side of the bridge, which connects Mount Pleasant and Charleston, South Carolina, met in the middle and observed a moment of silence for those killed.

Tawana Clark, of Charleston, sheds a tear during a moment of silence at Bridge to Peace, a unity march in on the Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge, June 21, 2015, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church left nine black churchgoers dead. She was one of thousands who participated in the bridge march; they started from either side of the bridge, which connects Mount Pleasant and Charleston, South Carolina, met in the middle and observed a moment of silence for those killed.

 Tyeesha Aiken (center) looks skyward as she prays while being embraced by Annie Summey (left), during the Bridge to Peace march, on the Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge, on Sunday night, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, four days after a shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church left nine people dead.

Tyeesha Aiken (center) looks skyward as she prays while being embraced by Annie Summey (left), during the Bridge to Peace march, on the Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge, on Sunday night, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, four days after a shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church left nine people dead.

 Mourners watch as Clementa Pinckney's funeral procession travels to his gravesite, Friday, June 26, 2015, outside the Johnsonville Public Library in Johnsonville, S.C. Pinckney, a pastor and S.C. state senator, was one of nine people killed in a June 17 shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.

Mourners watch as Clementa Pinckney's funeral procession travels to his gravesite, Friday, June 26, 2015, outside the Johnsonville Public Library in Johnsonville, S.C. Pinckney, a pastor and S.C. state senator, was one of nine people killed in a June 17 shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.

 Clementa Pinckney's youngest daughter, Malana, stares out the window of  a vehicle immediately after his burial service. The burial services for Pinckney, who was a pastor and S.C. state senator, were held Friday, June 26, 2015, in a cemetery off of SC-41 in Marion, S.C. Pinckney was one of nine people killed in a June 17 shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.

Clementa Pinckney's youngest daughter, Malana, stares out the window of a vehicle immediately after his burial service. The burial services for Pinckney, who was a pastor and S.C. state senator, were held Friday, June 26, 2015, in a cemetery off of SC-41 in Marion, S.C. Pinckney was one of nine people killed in a June 17 shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.

COLUMBIA KKK RALLY
COLUMBIA KKK RALLY

Members of a rally, which was led by the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, stand in front of the South Carolina State House, July 18, 2015, in Columbia, S.C. The rally was held to protest the removal of a Confederate battle flag from the State House grounds in the aftermath of a shooting by Dylann Roof that left nine black churchgoers dead.

COLUMBIA KKK RALLY
COLUMBIA KKK RALLY

Law enforcement officers watch over a large crowd of counter-protestors during a Ku Klux Klan rally, July 18, 2015, at the South Carolina State House in Columbia, South Carolina. The Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, along with members of several other Klan-affiliated groups, held a rally to protest the removal of a Confederate battle flag from the State House grounds in the aftermath of a shooting by Dylann Roof that left nine black churchgoers dead.

 Supporters of the Confederate flag held a rally Saturday, August 1, 2015, off of Harry Byrd Highway in Darlington, S.C. The group was part of a parade of flag-flying vehicles that made its way to the Florence Civic Center, where more than 100 participants gathered in a nearby parking lot. The rally there was shut down by the police, because the group didn't have a permit.

Supporters of the Confederate flag held a rally Saturday, August 1, 2015, off of Harry Byrd Highway in Darlington, S.C. The group was part of a parade of flag-flying vehicles that made its way to the Florence Civic Center, where more than 100 participants gathered in a nearby parking lot. The rally there was shut down by the police, because the group didn't have a permit.

 Bryan Williams tosses a rose onto the grave of state senator Clementa Pinckney, June 26, 2015, in Marion, S.C. Pinckney was one of nine churchgoers killed by Dylann Roof in a Charleston church.

Bryan Williams tosses a rose onto the grave of state senator Clementa Pinckney, June 26, 2015, in Marion, S.C. Pinckney was one of nine churchgoers killed by Dylann Roof in a Charleston church.

 A police officer keeps watch at the entrance to the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church as a worship service took place inside, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof left nine black churchgoers dead, Sunday, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.
 Mourners gather near the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, less than a day after Dylann Roof shot nine black churchgoers, Thursday, June 18, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.
 Mourners stand outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof left nine black churchgoers dead, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.
 Mourners kneel outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof left nine black churchgoers dead, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.
 Tawana Clark, of Charleston, sheds a tear during a moment of silence at Bridge to Peace, a unity march in on the Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge, June 21, 2015, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church left nine black churchgoers dead. She was one of thousands who participated in the bridge march; they started from either side of the bridge, which connects Mount Pleasant and Charleston, South Carolina, met in the middle and observed a moment of silence for those killed.
 Tyeesha Aiken (center) looks skyward as she prays while being embraced by Annie Summey (left), during the Bridge to Peace march, on the Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge, on Sunday night, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, four days after a shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church left nine people dead.
 Mourners watch as Clementa Pinckney's funeral procession travels to his gravesite, Friday, June 26, 2015, outside the Johnsonville Public Library in Johnsonville, S.C. Pinckney, a pastor and S.C. state senator, was one of nine people killed in a June 17 shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.
 Clementa Pinckney's youngest daughter, Malana, stares out the window of  a vehicle immediately after his burial service. The burial services for Pinckney, who was a pastor and S.C. state senator, were held Friday, June 26, 2015, in a cemetery off of SC-41 in Marion, S.C. Pinckney was one of nine people killed in a June 17 shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.
COLUMBIA KKK RALLY
COLUMBIA KKK RALLY
 Supporters of the Confederate flag held a rally Saturday, August 1, 2015, off of Harry Byrd Highway in Darlington, S.C. The group was part of a parade of flag-flying vehicles that made its way to the Florence Civic Center, where more than 100 participants gathered in a nearby parking lot. The rally there was shut down by the police, because the group didn't have a permit.
 Bryan Williams tosses a rose onto the grave of state senator Clementa Pinckney, June 26, 2015, in Marion, S.C. Pinckney was one of nine churchgoers killed by Dylann Roof in a Charleston church.

A police officer keeps watch at the entrance to the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church as a worship service took place inside, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof left nine black churchgoers dead, Sunday, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.

Mourners gather near the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, less than a day after Dylann Roof shot nine black churchgoers, Thursday, June 18, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.

Mourners stand outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof left nine black churchgoers dead, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.

Mourners kneel outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof left nine black churchgoers dead, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.

Tawana Clark, of Charleston, sheds a tear during a moment of silence at Bridge to Peace, a unity march in on the Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge, June 21, 2015, four days after a shooting by Dylann Roof at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church left nine black churchgoers dead. She was one of thousands who participated in the bridge march; they started from either side of the bridge, which connects Mount Pleasant and Charleston, South Carolina, met in the middle and observed a moment of silence for those killed.

Tyeesha Aiken (center) looks skyward as she prays while being embraced by Annie Summey (left), during the Bridge to Peace march, on the Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge, on Sunday night, June 21, 2015, in Charleston, four days after a shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church left nine people dead.

Mourners watch as Clementa Pinckney's funeral procession travels to his gravesite, Friday, June 26, 2015, outside the Johnsonville Public Library in Johnsonville, S.C. Pinckney, a pastor and S.C. state senator, was one of nine people killed in a June 17 shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.

Clementa Pinckney's youngest daughter, Malana, stares out the window of a vehicle immediately after his burial service. The burial services for Pinckney, who was a pastor and S.C. state senator, were held Friday, June 26, 2015, in a cemetery off of SC-41 in Marion, S.C. Pinckney was one of nine people killed in a June 17 shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.

COLUMBIA KKK RALLY

Members of a rally, which was led by the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, stand in front of the South Carolina State House, July 18, 2015, in Columbia, S.C. The rally was held to protest the removal of a Confederate battle flag from the State House grounds in the aftermath of a shooting by Dylann Roof that left nine black churchgoers dead.

COLUMBIA KKK RALLY

Law enforcement officers watch over a large crowd of counter-protestors during a Ku Klux Klan rally, July 18, 2015, at the South Carolina State House in Columbia, South Carolina. The Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, along with members of several other Klan-affiliated groups, held a rally to protest the removal of a Confederate battle flag from the State House grounds in the aftermath of a shooting by Dylann Roof that left nine black churchgoers dead.

Supporters of the Confederate flag held a rally Saturday, August 1, 2015, off of Harry Byrd Highway in Darlington, S.C. The group was part of a parade of flag-flying vehicles that made its way to the Florence Civic Center, where more than 100 participants gathered in a nearby parking lot. The rally there was shut down by the police, because the group didn't have a permit.

Bryan Williams tosses a rose onto the grave of state senator Clementa Pinckney, June 26, 2015, in Marion, S.C. Pinckney was one of nine churchgoers killed by Dylann Roof in a Charleston church.

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