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Bond Set at $1 Million for Accused Charleston Church Shooter
In this handout photo provided by the Charleston County Sheriff's Office Detention Center, Dylann Storm Roof is seen in his booking photo after he was apprehended as the main suspect in the mass shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church that killed nine people on June 18, 2015 in Charleston, South Carolina. (Charleston County Sheriff's Office via Getty Images)

Bond Set at $1 Million for Accused Charleston Church Shooter

A South Carolina judge set bond for accused Charleston church gunman Dylann Roof at $1 million during his first court appearance Friday.

Roof faces nine counts of murder, but the bond is only for the separate gun charge he is facing.

Appearing via closed-circuit TV, Roof confirmed he is 21 years old and unemployed.

The family members of a number of victims spoke during the hearing, including the daughter of one who told Roof, "I forgive you."

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