(Reuters)
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Dylann Roof determined mentally fit for trial
A federal judge has ruled that Dylann Roof, suspected of shooting and killing nine black parishioners at a South Carolina church, is mentally competent to stand trial. Roof faces 33 federal counts of hate crimes and faces the death sentence in a separate state murder trial scheduled for 2017.
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