Church Shooting Suspect Can Act as His Own Attorney, Judge Rules

A judge today granted Dylann Roof, the suspected Charleston, South Carolina, church shooter, the ability to represent himself in court, according to ABC affiliate WCIV in Charleston, as jury selection continues in his federal death penalty trial.
0:21 | 11/28/16

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A judge has ruled that the accuse Charleston church shooter can act as his own attorney during his federal death penalty trial. 22 year old Dylan roof charged with opening fire inside a church which also last year killing nine black parishioners. Jury selection in the case resumed today so far only three of the seventy people needed to sit on the panel have been selected.

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