What's In Dylann Roof's Possible Manifesto? A Lot Of Racism And 'An Explanation'

A website allegedly belonging to Dylann Roof contains a racist manifesto, detailing the author's views on black, Jewish, Hispanic and Asian American people. At the end of his page, the author appears to lay out a vague plan of some sort of action in Charleston, the city where Roof would kill nine people. The manifesto says: "I chose Charleston because it is most historic city in my state, and at one time had the highest ratio of blacks to Whites in the country." But along with these vague plans, the manifesto detailed a clearly white supremacist ideology.

On Slavery In The U.S.

On Segregation

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On White Supremacy

On Patriotism

Roof's page ends with an apology for any typos and a statement: "Unfortunately at the time of writing I am in a great hurry and some of my best thoughts, actually many of them have been to be left out and lost forever. But I believe enough great White minds are out there already."

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