Dylann Storm Roof’s arrest interview by two FBI agents in North Carolina can be viewed below. I listened to the entire two hour interview and my notes are as follows. I am not aware of any other researcher who has dissected this.
At 9:15: Dylann Roof in the interview said he shot four or five black people.
He only missed this by five or six people. In the official narrative, nine people were killed by Roof, and a 10th wounded victim – an extraordinary professional assassin level kill-wound ratio. In the interview Roof said he never practiced range firing, just a little horsing out in the country- so doesn’t combine.
At 10:15: Roof sat at the bible study appraising the situation for 15 minutes. A critical thinker might conclude that Roof would know the number of people with which he was dealing within say one or two, if not precisely. But Roof thought there were four fewer than what was all alleged. Roof in interview said about eight were there around three tables.
At 1:03:00: The FBI agent rehashes the interview and says that Roof said their were 10. There is no basis for saying 10 as Roof at no point in the interview stated 10, only eight. Looks like the agent and Roof messed up on the script, because the official narrative claims that 13 people, including the shooter, participated in the Bible study.
In the two years and since the “event” no crime scene photos of the carnage and layout have been released to the public. This is supposed to suffice as “graphic photographic evidence”.
At 8:30, Roof showed he had no idea about what date it was at the time of the interview, saying, “it’s July?”. Agents corrected him, “no it’s June right now.” The interview was conducted June 18. How many people in the real world are two weeks off on the date?
At 9:45 Roof said he didn’t talk to anybody before shooting. As he was shooting, he told people to shut up, don’t talk to him. This is inconsistent with the survivors, who claimed he rattled off incessant slurs and threats.
At 22:20: Roof stated that everybody was “sitting around tables” and then “dove under tables,” and that nobody ran. This despite the fact that Roof reloaded seven times (at 22:00). One largely empty table is shown in the blurry photo taken moments before the shooting. Really? Everybody meaning 12 people? Tight fit. Isn’t that something?
At 25:00: Roof stated that he “was in absolute awe” that police weren’t outside waiting. He had no escape plan, even though the shooting only lasted six minutes. Six minutes would have been a hell of a fast response.
At 11:50-13:30: Roof discusses his bag and weaponry- stating he carried a Glock 45 and seven magazines with 11 bullets each in “a large black bag hanging in front.”
This CCTV photo shows Roof entering the church. Instead of a “large bag,” he has a small pouch around his waist. This pouch needs to hold the Glock 45 and seven 11-bullet magazines and without drawing attention. Doesn’t combine.
The temperature was very hot and humid that summer evening, but notice that Dylann Storm Roof is dressed for some other day. Incredibly, he is even double layered for extra warmth.
Roof stated that he “parked right next to the entrance”. His black vehicle can be seen in the CCTV photo. I find it more than an bit odd that he got the best parking place in the lot, especially considering twelve were already gathered inside. Here is where everybody else parked as Roof rolled up. Guess they needed the extra exercise.
Note that in this particular CCTV image of the lot, that the time date stamp is correct- June 17, 2015, but at 08:16:15 in the morning. The shooting occurred in the evening of that day. The time stamp on the entrance CCTV is June 7, 2015, at 08:16:58 in the morning as Roof went into the church. However the same exact CCTV shows Roof leaving at 09:07:02 on June 17th. Alleged timelime is here.
At 12:05: Listen carefully Roof says (while sitting), “It [the gun] was in my bag. I dropped it-the bag.”
At 12:35: He describes the bag as big and heavy. Again note entrance photo above.
At 1:10:00: Roof said he couldn’t remember when he decided to act out.
The rest of the interview is a nonsensical rendition on why he did it, and his convoluted philosophy. This is probably enough to get the zero critical thinkers upset and distracted away from the conflicting details of Roof describing the “crime scene.” I give the Crime Syndicate an F on this staged deception. Where was the A team on this one?
And it doesn’t get more red-flag than this. Dylann Storm Roof is being represented by David Bruck, who was co-counsel to Attorney Judy Clarke in the mock trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the accused perpetrator of the Boston Marathon bombing hoax. Bruck also played a role in the bogus trial of “Palestinian” Zayd Hassan Abd al-Latif Masud al-Safarini, who was said to have hijacked Pan Am Flight 73 in 1986.
It gets even more curious when one considers that Roof was an alleged white supremacist, Tsarnaev was an alleged “radicalized Muslim” AND al-Safarini was an alleged “Palestinian terrorist,” and all would employ the services of a man (or operative) who comes from an elite Jewish billionaire family that started and owned Bruck Mills in Montreal. His grandfather, Gerald, was president and spokesman of the Canadian Textile Institute. His father, Gerald, was president and CEO of Bruck Mills until 1978. David Bruck went to Harvard and wrote for the Harvard Crimson. As a background and network researcher, I must state that open-source information for this influential, wealthy family looks strangely scrubbed.
When South Carolina released the Roof file naturally, it was about 90% redacted.
The funeral of Clementa Pickney: is this the same man, you decide. See [Open Casket Funeral of Clementa Pinckney: Madame Tussauds, the Real McCoy, or a Body Double?]
You can’t make this stuff up. I want to make it clear especially to readers that these demonization deceptions are also directed at blacks and especially Muslims.