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Dylann Roof's Attorney Calls Witnesses to Testify


Attorneys representing the Charleston church shooter now plan to call witnesses in his defense. Last week Dylann Roof's attorney told the judge presiding over his federal trial that facts of the case are largely undisputed, implying that he had little defense to offer. But David Bruck informed U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel that he has several witnesses to bring to the stand, though he did not specific who they are.

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