Andrew Dys

November 16, 2013 5:30 PM

Jimmy Robertson, whose crime shocked Rock Hill, turns 40 on death row

Jimmy Robertson killed his parents 16 years ago next week. As he turns 40 on death row, he is still appealing his double murder conviction from 1999.

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