Suspected sniper arraigned in federal court
WAX2002102951 - WASHINGTON, Oct. 29 (UPI) -- John Allen Muhammad, seen in this undated file photo, was arraigned on federal charges in Greenbelt, Md., on Oct. 29, 2002, that could result in the death penalty if he is convicted of the Washington area sniper shootings. rlw/Pierce County Sheriff's Office UPI
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Lee Boyd Malvo, half of the sniper shooting duo who killed 10 people in the Washington area in 2002, said Thursday he was sexually abused by his accomplice.
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The unknown person who killed a pregnant New York bride-to-be said more pregnant women would die unless the D.C. sniper is released from jail, police said.
Lee Boyd Malvo, one half of the sniper shooting duo who killed 10 people in the Washington area in 2002, called himself a monster who "stole people's lives."
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