Snipers who struck Washington
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Snipers who struck Washington

John Allen Muhammad, a former soldier from Louisiana, and his teenaged sidekick, Lee Boyd Malvo, were responsible for killing ten people and wounding three in the Washington area during a cold-blooded sniper spree the fall of 2002. Muhammed is scheduled to be executed Tuesday, Nov. 10. Malvo is serving life in prison. (Whitney Shefte and Michael E. Ruane/The Washington Post)

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