-POST & COURIER, 29 OCTOBER 2015, FEAT. PROF. JAY BENDER:
Charleston police released heavily redacted crime-scene and investigative documents on Thursday in the case against Dylann Roof, citing the department’s ongoing investigation and a need to protect the privacy of the victims’ families and survivors.
The redactions and restricted information sparked a renewed clash between law enforcement and The Post and Courier and other news outlets over the public’s right to know what occurred before and after Roof allegedly tried to start a race war with a mass shooting in the heart of historic Charleston. <Read More>