A Lancaster man facing murder charges in a 2013 killing is arguing that the case should be thrown out under South Carolina’s “stand your ground” laws. Allen Massey, 26, has been in jail since he was arrested after Demarcus Robinson was killed in October 2013. Massey and his lawyer asked for an “immunity” hearing for a judge to decide whether the killing falls under state laws allowing people to defend themselves while under attack. The (Rock Hill) Herald
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