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Tags: D.C. Sniper
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The killer of a pregnant woman in New York City left a chilling note with her body, saying more pregnant women will be killed until Lee Boyd Malvo is released.
Lee Boyd Malvo's plea deal after the string of Beltway Sniper murders started with one letter.
Paul Ebert has sent more murderers to the death chamber than any prosecutor in the country, but he had never witnessed an execution. Then he met John Allen Muhammad.
Mike Semel, deputy local editor for news and investigations, The Washington Post
As the region begins to mark the 10th anniversary of the D.C.-area sniper shootings, some may remember the terror, while those touched by the violence remember the pain.
The public face of the search for the Beltway Snipers, who terrorized the nation's capital in October 2002, weighed in for the first time Tuesday on the Maryland plea bargain of Lee Boyd Malvo and the execution of John Allen Muhammad in Virginia.
A recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling could lead to a sentence reduction in Virginia for Lee Boyd Malvo, the young man convicted of murder in the 2002 Washington-area sniper shootings, his defense attorney said Friday.