D.C. Sniper shootings: 23 days of terror

D.C. Sniper shootings:  23 days of terror

Sep. 30, 2012
In October 2002, John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo began a shooting spree in the Washington region that left 10 dead and three wounded. The duo paralyzed the region for more than three weeks before getting apprehended at a truck rest stop in Myersville, Md.
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