The Charleston shooter and killer named Dylann Roof has left a manifesto online, attempting to explain his hatred and rage against many races, reports the Daily Mail. In the 2,444-word document, Roof writes about the terms he Googled that changed his mind about race relations and eventually caused him to go on a killing rampage.
It was the Trayvon Martin case that Roof wrote caused him to turn to Google and see what all the fuss was about. Dylann said that after looking up the Martin case it was "obvious" to Roof that Zimmerman was in the right. After that so-called revelation, the Charleston killer said that he looked further into black on white crimes and found a place called the Council of Conservative Citizens that convinced him to eventually undertake his evil plans.
"But more importantly this prompted me to type in the words "black on White crime" into Google, and I have never been the same since that day. The first website I came to was the Council of Conservative Citizens. There were pages upon pages of these brutal black on White murders. I was in disbelief. At this moment I realized that something was very wrong. How could the news be blowing up the Trayvon Martin case while hundreds of these black on White murders got ignored?"Notable, typing "Council of Conservative Citizens" into Google right now turns up a CofCC website, which is so busy that only the Google cache of the website is alive. The Council of Conservative Citizens calls itself a conservative activist group. Most of the pages on the Council of Conservative Citizens website are returning a 404 error as of this writing.
The Google cache turns up recent headlines posted on June 18, stating "CofCC deeply saddened by Charleston spree killing: Spree killer captured." Another, titled "Habitual hate crime hoaxer strikes back" can be read along with all the other Council of Conservative Citizens headlines still appearing via Google's cache.
On June 20, the Council of Conservative Citizens posted a headline saying "Westboro Baptist Church vows to protest Charleston funerals: Westboro Baptist Church claims God was targeting State Sen. Clementa Pinckney." Most of the website's content seems to focus on black crime perpetrators and white victims.
Another headline on June 20 points to the "white power" kind of rhetoric Dylann used in his manifesto, reading, "Minor League baseball team forced to cancel European themed event: Anti-white bigots denounce Angels farm team for scheduling Caucasian Heritage Night."
As reported by the Inquisitr, Dylann and his manifesto are making headlines on Saturday due to its bizarre ramblings and Council of Conservative Citizens mentions along with Roof's hate-filled views about a variety of races.
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