The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from Dylann Roof, who challenged his death sentence and conviction for the 2015 racist slayings of nine members of a Black South Carolina congregation, Your Content has learned.
The Supreme Court rejected Dylann Roof’s appeal of his death sentence for his 2015 killing of nine members of a Black South Carolina congregation.
Roof, 28, had asked the court to decide how to handle disputes over mental illness-related evidence between capital defendants and their attorneys.
The justices did not comment on the decision Tuesday after rejecting the appeal,‘according to ABC News.
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