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After a weeklong trial, jury delivers guilty verdict. But will they vote to give Dylann Roof the death penalty?
The jury could begin deliberating Dylann Roof's guilt or innocence on Thursday.
Dylann Roof had listed six predominantly black churches in Charleston, South Carolina, as possible attack targets.
"We must have our minds made up to still have joy."
"What I did is so minuscule to what black people are doing to white people every day," Roof told his interrogators.