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    Dylann Roof pleads guilty to state murder charges for deadly Charleston church shooting .

Charleston Shootings

Dylann Roof on death row after being transferred to federal custody

Earlier this month, Roof agreed to plead guilty to 13 state charges that included nine counts of murder, three counts of attempted murder and a weapons charge for life sentences without parole.

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Judge: Roof competent to represent himself

A federal judge ruled Monday that Dylann Roof is mentally fit to represent himself during the sentencing phase of his death penalty trial. He also delayed the start of that phase by one day — until Wednesday.

Charleston Shootings

Congregants suffer quiet agony at the Dylann Roof trial

Each morning they flowed into Courtroom Six, escorted by federal officials from a holding room reserved for survivors and families of the victims. The accused, Dylann Roof, never turned from the end of the defense table to acknowledge the parents, widows and widowers, children, grandchildren and fellow congregants of the nine African-Americans he confessed to killing in June 2015 at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.

Charleston Shootings

Roof jury turns to sentence after holiday break

The federal jury of 10 women and two men who found Dylann Roof guilty of federal hate crimes Thursday in the killings of nine African-Americans at a historic Charleston church now must wait more than two weeks for the trial’s next phase. Jurors on Jan. 3 will begin to hear evidence about whether to give the death penalty or life without parole to the 22-year-old self-avowed white supremacist from Columbia.

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Caravan carrying Dylann Roof exits the Charleston Federal Courthouse

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