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Nikki Haley

Roof's attorneys want to know what he told others about Charleston killings

COLUMBIA, S.C. Lawyers defending Dylann Roof have filed motions in federal court in which they seek all statements Roof made to others about the June killings of nine African-Americans at a historic Charleston downtown church. The lawyers also want "an inventory of all tangible evidence in the possession and control of the government, together with a description of the time and date when it was obtained," according to a motion filed Monday. Roof, who is 21, white and from the Columbia area, is accused of driving to Charleston, sitting through a Wednesday night Bible study gathering, then shooting and killing nine parishioners June 17 at the historic "Mother" Emanuel AME...