His primary target was the University of Charleston, which he told to his friends seven days before he intended to do it. He didn’t even know anybody at the school. His friends had never heard him say anything racist or mentioning plans to hurt anybody until that day.
Note that this doesn’t excuse what Dylann Roof did, but it goes to show you that there are much bigger issues at play here than gun control and race division. If the BBC conducted this interview, how many liberal media sources sat down with the same two individuals and received similar stories? It figures they would never air it because it doesn’t fit the liberal narrative. It sounds like Donald Trump might be onto something when he says that guns aren’t the issue, it’s mental health.