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Dylann Roof Files Motion to Limit Witnesses During Sentencing


The convicted Charleston church shooter has filed a motion challenging the prosecution's plans for the sentencing phase of his federal trial. Acting as his own legal counsel, Dylann Roof is seeking to limit the number of witnesses called by prosecutors during the testimony portion of his sentencing. Prosecutors have slated 38 witnesses for the sentencing phase. According to reports, the 22-year-old does not want to sit through their testimony.

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