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Zappos offers to cover funeral cost for all 58 mass shooting victims

Las Vegas-based online retailer Zappos is offering to cover the cost of the funerals for all 58 victims that died in the Route 91 mass shooting.

This comes after Zappos has already pledged to match up to $1 million dollars donated to their fundraiser.

Zappos made Las Vegas their home several years ago and they’re showing that they will go above and beyond the call of duty to help victims gain peace after this tragedy.

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‘Here I am, 26, with no friends, no job, no girlfriend’: Shooter’s manifesto offers clues to 2015 Oregon college rampage

Laurel Harper remembered her 26-year-old son as perpetually mad at the world.

“I mean, he was born angry, pretty much,” said the mother. “I mean, even the doctor said this is one angry baby.”

At age 5, he tried to jump out of her moving car, she said. In his later years, he was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, which can limit social development and lead to behavioral meltdowns. He took medications but by age 18 gave them up because of side effects.

He continued to rage. “I would just try to, try to, like, defuse,” she said. “And there was one time when he pointed a shotgun at me.”

Charleston Mass Murderer Dylann Roof Offers No Remorse, Explanation, Or Apology In Court

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During his opening remarks for the sentencing phase of his trial, Dylann Roof told the nine white and three black jurors gathered together at the Federal District Court in Charleston, South Carolina that he was perfectly sane. “There’s nothing wrong with me psychologically,” said Roof, who was convicted by the same jury found him guilty of all 33 charges levied against him. Roof murdered nine people at the city’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in the summer of 2015.

Roof, who expressed more concern with how others perceive his psychological wellness than with his guilt or sentencing, chose to represent himself during the sentencing phase on Wednesday. He initially tried to do the same during the trial phase but later changed his mind. “The point is that I’m

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