The body of Rev. Clementa Pinckney, the pastor and state senator slain last week in the Charleston church massacre, was carried by horse-drawn caisson Wednesday to the South Carolina State House, past a Confederate battle flag that flies outside, NBC News reported. In the second-floor lobby of the Capitol, where the Pinckney's body lie, a black drape was placed over a window, blocking view of the rebel flag. Pinckney was one of nine black people shot to death at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston by Dylann Roof, a white man. President Barack Obama will give Pinckney's eulogy on Friday.