31 year old Joseph ‘Joey’ Meek of Red Bank, South Caroina was arrested by the FBI in connection with the Charleston church shooting that left 9 dead at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. Joey Meeks opened up his home to Dylann Roof in the weeks before the June killings of nine African-Americans in a Charleston church. Meek told reporters in late June that on June 10, while he, Roof and their friend Christon Scriven were getting drunk on vodka, Roof announced plans to carry out a mass shooting seven days later at the College of Charleston. Should Meek’s have told the authorities and not just blamed it on the alcohol? Meek says that he did not take Dylann Roof serious, hmm … how do you feel know? If Meek is charged with and convicted of making false statements, he could be facing up to 5 years in prison. However, that number rises to 8 years when the false statements concern certain types of crimes, including international or domestic terrorism.
Agents picked up Joseph “Joey” Meek Jr., 21, of Red Bank, while he was at work Thursday afternoon, his girlfriend, Lindsey Fry, told The State newspaper shortly afterward.
Meek called her on his cell phone as it was happening, Fry said.
“He just said, ‘They want to talk to me, but I think I’m going to jail,’” she said.
Meek lives in a trailer in Red Bank with his mother, two brothers and Fry, who is 19.
Meek was informed in an Aug. 6 letter from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Columbia that he was a “potential target” of the federal criminal investigation into the slayings of nine parishioners at the historic “Mother” Emanuel AME Church in Charleston.
The letter stated that Meek was under investigation for possible misprision and allegedly making false statements to law enforcement. Both crimes are felonies.
Daily Commentary – Thursday, June 25, 2015 – Was the Mass Shooting in South Carolina a Tragedy or an Execution?
- It was more like an execution and the shooter should be executed himself. I’m not sure how removing the confederate flag will make it better though
The Dana Pretzer Show – Wednesday, June 24, 2015 – With Special Guests Criminal Profiler Pat Brown and Mike McIntyre
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Thousands of People Flock to Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge for ‘Unity Chain’ in Honor of Charleston, SC Shooting Victims (VIDEO)
ALL PEOPLE COME TOGETHER TO IN “UNITY CHAIN” MARCH ACROSS CHARLESTON’S ARTHUR RAVENEL JR. BRIDGE …
Thousands of people, black and white, marched across Charleston’s Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge Sunday night in a “Unity Chain” in a show of solidarity and support for the nine innocent black church members who were killed at the hands of an evil racist. 21 year old Dylann Roof, the racist who murdered innocent church goers at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church stated that he wanted to cause a race war. Note to Dylann and his fellow racists … HE FAILED!!! The good people of Charleston, SC came together, black, white and people of all colors, came together to honor the fallen and showed that good always conquers evil.
Thousands of people amassed on Charleston’s Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge on Sunday night in an awe-inspiring display of solidarity for the victims of the brutal shooting at an area church on Wednesday.
Marchers filled the more than 2-mile span in what they called the “Bridge to Peace Unity Chain” after nine African-American parishioners of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church were killed in the incident.
Participants in Sunday’s processions cheered, clapped and sang songs like “This Little Light of Mine” in the middle of the bridge, while marching between Charleston and suburban Mount Pleasant.
Check out the Thousands who came in support
Hundreds of People came to Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Sunday, many stood outside as supportive Brothers and Sisters in Christ
UPDATE I: Sadly, not all at the Unity Chain march were promoting Unity … some radical race activists were waiving the Black Nationalist Flag at Charleston Rally.