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Dylann Roof, sentenced to death for killing nine worshippers in a racist attack at a Charleston church, has petitioned an appeals court for mercy.
A friend with whom convicted church shooter Dylann Roof shared his plans to massacre South Carolina churchgoers, has begun serving prison time for lying to federal authorities.
Convicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof is expected to plead guilty to state murder charges, leaving him to await federal execution and sparing his victims and their families the burden of a second trial.
Dylann Roof, convicted of killing nine worshippers in a black church in Charleston, drove toward a second black church after the shootings, prosecutors say.
A US jury condemned self-described white supremacist Dylann Roof to death over the massacre of nine black worshipers in a South Carolina church in June 2015 - a crime that shocked the nation.
Jurors have begun considering whether to sentence self-described white supremacist Dylann Roof to death or life in prison for the racially motivated slaying of nine African Americans in a South Carolina church.
Dylann Roof has told a judge he plans on calling no witnesses and presenting no evidence to try to convince a jury to spare his life for killing nine black Charleston church worshippers in a hate crime.
A federal prosecutor says Dylann Roof was a man with a "cold and hateful heart" when he fired a Glock pistol and killed nine black parishioners at a Charleston, South Carolina, church.
The death penalty trial for a white man who has said he wanted to start a race war by killing black people in their South Carolina church, is set to begin.
The laborious process of jury selection is getting under way in the trial of Dylann Roof, the white US man charged in the deaths of nine black parishioners gunned down during a Bible study at a Charleston church.
The same federal judge who presided over the trial of a man who killed nine worshippers in a racist attack at a Charleston church has rejected Dylann Roof's first appeal.
Convicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof has received 9 life sentences after pleading guilty to state murder charges, leaving him to await federal execution.
The only person with whom Dylann Roof shared his plot to massacre worshippers at a South Carolina church, Joey Meek, has been sentenced to 27 months in prison.
One by one, family members of nine slain black parishioners confronted Dylann Roof for the last time.
Prosecutors say convicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof deserves the death penalty because he painstakingly chose to kill nine black parishioners over the colour of their skin and felt no remorse.
The same jury that unanimously found Dylann Roof guilty in the slayings of nine black parishioners at a South Carolina church is returning to court to begin mulling if he should be put to death for his crimes.
Dylann Roof laughed at times during his FBI confession to killing nine black people in a racially motivated attack at a Charleston church.
Twelve jurors have been chosen to decide the death penalty trial of a white man who authorities say wanted to start a race war by killing nine black people in a South Carolina church.
Newly unsealed court documents in the federal death penalty trial of Dylann Roof indicate the judge believes it's possible the white man charged with gunning down nine black parishioners may not be mentally competent to stand trial.
Attorneys for Dylann Roof, the man who faces the death penalty for the murders of nine black parishioners at Charleston's Emmanuel AME Church, say they will present evidence that he has a mental illness.
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