Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 I’ve never said the Charleston killer’s name out loud. I can’t imagine how it torments the families of the victims. I know it never left me. I called Senator Pinckney, who was a Democrat from a rural area in Jasper County, to get his voice mail.
#2 I was called to help with the investigation into the shooting of Senator Clementa Pinckney and his congregation at Mother Emanuel Church in Charleston, South Carolina. I was informed that the shooter was believed to be a white man with a bowl haircut who had entered the church the night before at 8:17 p. m. and left, gun in hand, at 9:07 p.
#3 The apprehension of the suspect was announced at a press conference, and I addressed the people of South Carolina. I was angry and disappointed with myself, as I had lost control of my emotions. My press aides told me that anyone would have the same reaction.
#4 The press conference I held after the shooting was just the beginning. The streets of Charleston were soon filled with media tents, cameras, and communications equipment.