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The big payback? Inmate who assaulted Dylann Roof out on bond

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We hate to say it, but it was only a matter of time before this happened. Suspected Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof was recently beat down in the jail shower, and by just connecting the dots, it doesn’t seem like there’s a whole lot of people potentially upset with this development. Let’s review the facts and then draw our own conclusion:

  • Roof was let out of his cell at 7:45 a.m. on Thursday to take a shower.
  • Before he makes his way to the shower, officers typically check the cell area to make sure they are all locked.
  • According to authorities, Roof is then escorted by detention officers, however on this day, one officer was dropping off some toilet tissue, while the other officer was taking a break.
  • While no one was looking, 25 year-old inmate Dwayne Stafford then escaped from his cell, and ran down to the shower to assault Roof.
  • Authorities say Stafford used his fist to have a few choice words with Roof.
  • In the aftermath of the beatdown, Roof and his attorney are not said to be pressing charges for the assault.
  • Roof, charged with murder in the deaths of nine people at Mother Emanuel AME church in June 2015, was being held in solitary confinement at the Charleston County Detention Center.
  • Stafford had been in jail on charges of strong armed robbery, assault and lying to police, and was faced with a 100,000 bond.
  • Shortly after the beatdown, Stafford’s bond was posted by an unknown source.

Now we’re not saying there was a huge conspiracy to put the paws on Roof  in an effort to deliver an ass kicking on behalf of the American people … but it sure does feel good to ponder the possibility of such a thing happening to a man who caused so much grief to so many families.

We’ll definitely keep you updated on this story as it continues to develop.

 

 

 



7 Comments

  1. Ms. political on August 7, 2016 at 12:27 pm

    So an unknown source posted Roof bail… Doesn’t this mean he can get release from jail? If so, That’s not a victory for the American people. It’s a detriment.

    • lottogirl846 on August 7, 2016 at 12:57 pm

      Read it again. Bail was NOT posted for Roof.

  2. cupcake333 on August 7, 2016 at 6:50 pm

    U ARE SAYING EXACTLY THAT ROLLIGOUT he got a beat down and now they can put his ass back in confinement evil dirty b—–d

    • Guest on August 12, 2016 at 4:17 pm

      U baffle me! U switch the style up so much that I must ask, are u bipolar? One story ur dogging black folks and the other ur dogging white folks! I’m soo confused!

  3. Warwick Narragansett on August 9, 2016 at 3:47 pm

    If I’m correct, the Charleston victims’ families advocated for forgiveness in this incident. If that is so, then why are folks still out for revenge and condoning such an act by a purported fellow criminal of Roof? This would seem to dishonor the memory of the victims and the desires of their families.

  4. Dunit on August 10, 2016 at 4:08 pm

    I can’t believe none of the arresting officers feared for their lives and felt the need to protect themselves. Its also odd that the decision was made for Roof to receive so much protection and security from the government while in prison. Maybe the victims were the planned sacrifice as an excuse to remove the confederate flag from government buildings. Or MLK was the sacrifice to pass civil rights laws or the officers who died for police reform. Maybe just a conspiracy theory, maybe not.

  5. guest on August 12, 2016 at 7:38 am

    Props to Stafford but he’s still a lousy thug.