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Sister of Charleston Church Shooter Arrested for Weapons Charge

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According to local reports, the younger sister of the Charleston Church shooter has been arrested for a weapons charge. Court records from Richland County, South Carolina indicate that Morgan Roof was arrested on the day of a national student walkout against gun violence. She was charged with possessing weapons and marijuana. She also posted a message on Snapchat in reference to the walkout, saying she hoped it was a trap for students to be shot.

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