Dylann Roof appears, at a bond hearing court in North Charleston, S.C. A proposal up for debate next year seeks to close the loophole that allowed accused murderer Dylann Roof to buy the gun used to kill nine black parishioners in Charleston last June.
Dylann Roof appears, at a bond hearing court in North Charleston, S.C. A proposal up for debate next year seeks to close the loophole that allowed accused murderer Dylann Roof to buy the gun used to kill nine black parishioners in Charleston last June. Grace Beahm AP
Dylann Roof appears, at a bond hearing court in North Charleston, S.C. A proposal up for debate next year seeks to close the loophole that allowed accused murderer Dylann Roof to buy the gun used to kill nine black parishioners in Charleston last June. Grace Beahm AP

In an unusual move, GOP Sen. Scott endorses gun background check bill

November 16, 2017 05:13 PM