Got to admit the cops have had a tough time the last few years, taking it on the chin right and left, since the Great-Divider took over the oval office. And let me say I could care less about Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin. They played more then active role in causing their own death.
That said, I can't help but wonder instead of Dylann Roof it was Demetrius Roof who had just been arrested for attacking an all white Baptist church killing 9. Would they have taken him to Burger King because he was hungry?
What were these cops thinking?
Certainly not how this was going to be perceived... especially by the MSM.
Charleston shooting suspect Dylann Storm Roof got a free meal from police on his way to jail. They went to Burger King.
After about 16 hours on the run, the admitted mass murderer complained to cops arresting him in Shelby, N.C., that he was hungry, so police got him food from the nearby fast food joint, according to an account of his arrest in The Charlotte Observer.
“He was very quiet, very calm,” Shelby Police Officer Jeff Ledford told the paper. “He sat down here very quietly. He was not problematic.”
Dylann Roof said he was hungry after his arrest, so cops reportedly stopped to get him Burger King.
Roof, a 21-year-old high school dropout from Columbia, was arrested the morning after the massacre at the historic Mother Emanuel AME Church,which left nine worshippers dead.
Cops caught him thanks to a tip from a florist who recognized his photo and even followed him for 35 miles. Once police pulled over his black Hyundai sedan on a highway, he nonchalantly lowered his window, handed over his ID and said, “I’m Dylann Roof,” the Observer reported.
His car had a Confederate States of America plate on its front and a .45-caliber handgun inside — the gun he got with birthday money from his parents.
In the hours before his arrest, the psycho had gassed up at a Shell station, got some cash from the ATM and bought a bottle of water and a bag of Doritos around 5:50 a.m. This was shortly before police put out Roof’s photo, so employees thought nothing of their encounters with the seemingly polite killer, according to the Observer.
Once he was caught, Roof told cops he was en route to Nashville because he had “never been there before.”
Roof has now been charged for the nine murders from his shooting rampage at a Bible study session, which he has confessed to. The latest revelations on his twisted past show he had written a hate-charged manifesto saying he had “no choice” but to wage bloody war against blacks. He posted it online and last modified it just hours before the shooting.