In the wake of the killing of nine people at a Charleston, S.C., church allegedly by Dylann Roof (pictured), Don Black, founder of the white nationalist Internet forum Stormfront, said federal authorities have interviewed him in the case.
In the wake of the killing of nine people at a Charleston, S.C., church allegedly by Dylann Roof (pictured), Don Black, founder of the white nationalist Internet forum Stormfront, said federal authorities have interviewed him in the case. HANDOUT The Associated Press
In the wake of the killing of nine people at a Charleston, S.C., church allegedly by Dylann Roof (pictured), Don Black, founder of the white nationalist Internet forum Stormfront, said federal authorities have interviewed him in the case. HANDOUT The Associated Press

White nationalist leader says feds are investigating online forums in Charleston shooting case

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