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Convicted D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo is telling a television network he was sexually abused by John Allen Muhammad, his adult accomplice in the shootings that terrorized the Washington area.
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The proceeds from robbing Paul LaRuffa helped fund the snipers' deadly spree.
John Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo unleashed havoc in Washington, D.C., and Montgomery County, Md., beginning on Oct. 3, 2002. The "D.C. Snipers" would eventually kill 13 people and leave six wounded, in six states.
Nearly 10 years after the sniper attacks in our area, some of those whose lives were most directly affected gathered on Tuesday night.
10 years after the sniper attacks paralyzed our region, former Police Chief Charles Moose reflects on the 22 days of terror.
"There was supposed to be three to four snipers with silenced weapons," said Malvo. "In this way we could do a lot more damage along the entire Eastern Seaboard."
John Gaeta received a letter of apology this week from the man who shot him point-blank in the neck at a Louisiana mall in 2002.
The son of the DC sniper says he knows his father's crimes will follow him, but he doesn't want to be judged by them.
She told reporters she owes John Muhammad's children a place to remember him.
Nelson Rivera says he can now get on with his life and try to be happy again knowing his wife's killer is dead.
Lee Boyd Malvo, who was 17 at the time of the D.C. shooting spree, is
serving a life sentence without parole in Virginia for his part in the
For many, Muhammad's execution reopens painful wounds and stirs often conflicting personal experiences: survival, loss, rage, sadness and -- for a few -- satisfaction.
Muhammad was pronounced dead from a lethal injection at approximately 9:11 p.m.
9NEWS NOW talks with two men from very different positions who will be at the prison to watch John Allen Muhammad die.
WUSA 9NEWS NOW has learned Muhammad is meeting with his immediate family and will meet with his attorney later Tuesday afternoon as he prepares for his execution tonight.
Former DC Police Chief Charles Ramsey says the punishment fits the crime.
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