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Judge sets trial for suspect in Charleston church shooting

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Suspected gunman Dylann Roof sat quietly in a gray striped prison suit and shackles next to a public defender during a 30-minute hearing in which the judge set July 11, 2016, for the start of the trial.

The Post and Courier of Charleston, WCIV-TV in Charleston, the Associated Press and the South Carolina Press Association are challenging a judge’s gag order issued Friday that prohibits the release of public records in the shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church on June 17.

Dylann Roof, 21, appeared to be taken to jail on a daily basis later on deaths and arrested for nine numbers of assassination in what kind of origins say has been a racially engaged bloodbath. The clerk eventually updated the report with the correct information – but only internally.

Shooting suspect Dylan Roof.

Because of this confusion, the FBI did not complete its background check within three business days. Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey said last week that the agency was “sick” at the mistake. “My bill is a commonsense fix to our nation’s gun laws, and I call on my colleagues in Congress to move it immediately towards passage”.

CHARLESTON, S.C. – A judge has granted a temporary protection order for the accused Charleston church shooter, according to WACH. Clementa Pinckney, 41. Three people survived. “If we refuse to act, we’re just biding time until this happens again”.

The legislation, introduced Tuesday to the House as H.R.3051 without any co-sponsors, would mandate that all gun transfers complete the NICS check before a firearm could change hands.

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