(NBC NEWS) – The pain remains palpable after nine families were told that their loved ones had been gunned down inside Charleston’s Emanuel A.M.E. Church on Wednesday.
For Melvin Graham, reflection and retribution are competing emotions. “I would say God forgives, but I want the state to expedite the meeting between him and God,” Graham says of gunman Dylann Roof, the man accused of killing his sister and eight others.
According to investigators roof went to the church an hour before the shootings, asked to join the bible study, and then opened fire.
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