Jury Selection in Dylann Roof Shooting Trial Delayed

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A secretive motion upended plans to begin jury selection in the South Carolina death penalty case against Dylann Roof, delaying the federal trial as a judge huddled behind closed doors with the self-avowed white supremacist and his legal team, reports the Charleston Post and Courier. U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel met for about an . . .

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