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A former member of a neo-Nazi group pleaded guilty Monday to fatally shooting his two Florida roommates in 2017, abruptly avoiding the start of a murder trial in which he planned to use the insanity defense, according to court records.

A few days before the murder, the four, all with Sioux City ties, were involved in a car crash. Without a car and believing the police were looking for them, they concocted a plan to make money by using a dating app to lure someone whom they could rob.

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An Associated Press review of dozens of legal filings shows that President Joe Biden's Justice Department is fighting just as vigorously as Donald Trump's did to uphold death row inmates' sentences, despite Biden's opposition to capital punishment. 

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Disgraced South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh has been convicted of murder in the shooting deaths of his wife and son. The jury deliberated for less than three hours before finding Murdaugh guilty of two counts of murder Thursday.

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