Well, it’s official. I now have a felony on my record. Now, it would be easy to be angry at the world, fight back, beat my fists on my chest, and scream. But for what purpose? For me…
Just one week after a federal judge ruled that Dylann Roof can represent himself at his death penalty trial, Roof requested to re-hire his defense team, at least for the first phase of the proceedings.
Jurors reached a verdict today in the sentencing phase of Dylann Roof’s trial, the man convicted of killing nine churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, in 2015. After roughly three hours of deliberation, the 12 jurors sentenced Roof to death.
An independent commission has cleared the judge in the Stanford University sexual assault case of any wrongdoing for sentencing Brock Turner to just six months in jail.