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John Allen Muhammad, mastermind of the terrifying 2002 Washington area shooting spree, died by lethal injection in Virginia's death chamber Nov. 10. His attorneys had asked the U.S. Supreme Court to halt the execution, saying he was paranoid and delusional during his trial.

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