Walter Jackson, left, holds a photo of his mother Susie Jackson, one of the nine people killed in Wednesday's shooting at Emanuel AME Church, while standing for a portrait on his front porch, June 19, 2015, in Charleston, S.C. (AP/David Goldman)
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The murders of nine churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, are being investigated by the Justice Department as a possible case of domestic terrorism, a U.S Justice Department spokeswoman said Friday.Relatives of the nine black community leaders shot down during a Bible study session confronted the shooting suspect Friday during his initial court hearing, and spoke of love.The Justice Department had not previously disclosed that domestic terrorism was one of the avenues being pursued in the federal probe.Felecia Sanders survived the Wednesday night attack by pretending to be dead, but lost her son Tywanza. She also spoke from the judge's courtroom, where Roof's image appeared on a television screen.
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