Accused mass murderer Dylann Roof is “doing fine” in the slammer but could use some reading material, according to a jail note he may have sent to a pen pal.
The handwritten letter, which bears the signature of the South Carolina man suspected of gunning down nine people in a black Charleston church, recently surfaced on an online auction site, where it’s selling for $1,000, Radar Online first reported.
“My health and spirit are doing fine,” Roof allegedly writes. “Thanks for writing me, I appreciate your letter. It is nice to recieve (sic) mail in jail. Most people probably would be too scared to send me a letter.”