Views:476828|Rating:3.77|View Time:19:33Minutes|Likes:8503|Dislikes:2785 The shooting last night in Charleston, South Carolina at Emanuel AME Church, a historic black church in South Carolina, was done by a guy named Dylan Storm Roof. He appears to be some sort of ring-wing racist that targeted black people in this country
Cenk Uygur (The Young Turks) discusses the reaction to the shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. Tell us what you think in the comments below.
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A heartbroken nation’s tension turned to mourning Thursday afternoon as news broke that the suspected gunman in an attack on a Charleston, South Carolina, church had been arrested, and the identities of his nine victims were released.
Dylann Roof, 21, allegedly entered the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church during a weekly Bible study meeting and opened fire around 9 p.m. Wednesday. Eight people were found shot to death at the scene, police said. Two others were transported to a hospital, where one later died.
Roof was captured Thursday morning in Shelby, North Carolina, according to Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen said Roof was arrested during a traffic stop.
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Views:364860|Rating:4.82|View Time:4:13Minutes|Likes:3067|Dislikes:112 The Dave Grohl led Foo Fighters staged a counter-protest to the Westboro Baptist Church in Kansas City, Missouri. Ana Kasparian and Jayar Jackson of The Young Turks discuss. Watch more Ana and Jayar here:
Views:551681|Rating:4.20|View Time:4:4Minutes|Likes:5467|Dislikes:1046 Via Good As You/The Huffington Post: “Sean Harris, senior pastor of Berean Baptist Church in Fayetteville, spoke at length in support of North Carolina’s proposed Amendment 1, which would define marriage in the state constitution as between one man and one woman and would outlaw civil unions and domestic partnerships, during an hour-long sermon on Sunday. In this clip, provided by Jeremy Hooper of the blog Good as You, a man identified as Harris is heard urging his congregation to attack their children if they appear to be exhibiting behavior outside of gender norms…”.* Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur break it down on The Young Turks.
Views:34211|Rating:4.80|View Time:4:25Minutes|Likes:855|Dislikes:35 “In November, Muskogee County District Judge Mike Norman stipulated that 17-year-old Tyler Alred should attend church regularly for 10 years as a requirement to avoid a prison sentence, the Tulsa World reported. The teen admitted to police he had been drinking in the Dec. 3, 2011, crash that killed his 16-year-old passenger and friend, John Luke Dum, according to the newspaper.
The ACLU of Oklahoma filed a complaint with state judicial misconduct authorities Tuesday alleging Norman’s ruling disregarded religious liberties in the federal and state constitutions.”*
The ACLU has filed a complaint against District Judge Mike Norman for sentencing a teen in a manslaughter case to church. Judge Norman stands by his sentence, but is it a fair punishment? What if the case had been tried in another state, and what if the teen had been a different religion? Is there any legal precedent to this? Ana Kasparian, Kim Horcher (Host, Nerd Alert), and Jayar Jackson discuss the ramifications of the judge’s decision and what he could have done instead.