Charleston: Forgiveness and frustration after first church service since massacre
June 22, 2015
Charleston, South Carolina (CNN)Of the thousands of services in the church's 199-year history, the one Sunday was especially poignant. Behind the podium at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, a chair sat empty with a black cloak draped over it. It's where the Rev. Clementa Pinckney would have been sitting, had a gunman not killed the pastor and eight other worshippers at a Bible study Wednesday night.
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