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April 28, 2014 10:49 PM

Suspect in Rock Hill killings of granddaughter, wife to represent himself in court

Ronald Fred Gregory, the Rock Hill grandfather accused of shooting his wife and their granddaughter to death, could face the death penalty, but he will not hire a lawyer after he lost access to a public defender because he has more than a half-million dollars in a retirement account.

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