Prosecutors say Roof became radicalized online on his own rather than from associating with white supremacist groups.
"This was the ultimate crime, and justice from our state calls for the ultimate punishment."
An attorney for Dylann Roof says the accused shooter wants to plead guilty.
The recent massacre in an iconic Black church in Charleston, South Carolina could be the wake-up call this country needs in order to begin educating all Americans and those who wish to become citizens to acknowledge the importance of the question: why is racism such a blight on America?
Religion can be used for good and for evil, as when most white churches in America praised and for the most part defended slavery, and told their black parishioners to be ever better at obedience.