The GPS system in Roof's auto showed the murderer had even driven to a second black church some 30 miles away, prosecutors said, after committing the first shootings at Mother Emanuel AME.
After the June 17, 2015 attack that left nine black parishioners dead, Roof left Mother Emanuel and traveled to the Branch AME Church according to ABC News affiliate WCIV, which cited Global Positioning System data that was not presented during his trial.
Prosecutors say he had driven past Branch AME numerous times before the shooting.
Roof, a 22-year-old self-avowed white supremacist, was sentenced to death in January for the June 2015 mass shooting.
He said he was shocked to learn through news reports that his church had been Roof's target as well. "But what I meant when I said that was, I felt like I had to do it, and I still do feel like I had to do it", Roof said.
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During trial, prosecutors presented evidence showing that the self-taught white supremacist, now 22, had lists of other black churches in his vehicle when he was arrested in Shelby, North Carolina.
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Prosecutors argue that this shows Roof was contemplating another attack, but defense attorneys have said there is no evidence of this.
Roof, who was armed, drove to the second church, which "supports the inference that Defendant meant to continue his racially motivated violence at Branch AME Church that night and, more specifically, that his intended targets were African-American congregants at a church", prosecutors stated in the court document filed in September.