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D.C. sniper said he was sexually abused

D.C. sniper said he was sexually abused

POUND, Va., Oct. 25 (UPI) -- 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.

Note says more pregnant women will die

NEW YORK, Oct. 22 (UPI) -- 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.

D.C. sniper: 'I was a monster'

POUND, Va., Sept. 30 (UPI) -- 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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D.C. sniper special to air on MSNBC

D.C. sniper special to air on MSNBC

WASHINGTON, Aug. 16 (UPI) -- "I Married the Beltway Sniper," an account of John Allen Muhammad's assault on the Washington area, is to air next month, MSNBC announced Monday.
Malvo apologizes for shooting La. man

Malvo apologizes for shooting La. man

HAMMOND, La., March 4 (UPI) -- One of the victims of Washington, D.C., sniper Lee Boyd Malvo said Thursday he has received a letter of apology.
Victim's dad awaits sniper's execution

Victim's dad awaits sniper's execution

MOUNTAIN HOME, Idaho, Nov. 9 (UPI) -- The father of one of the victims of District of Columbia snipers John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo says he wants to watch Muhammad's execution this week.

Sniper Malvo expresses remorse

WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 (UPI) -- Lee Boyd Malvo, a convicted sniper who terrorized the Washington area in 2002, says he feels intense guilt and shame over his actions five years ago.

D.C. sniper teen: 'I am so sorry'

WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UPI) -- Lee Boyd Malvo, who as a teenager participated in a nationwide killing spree, has apologized from a Virginia prison to the daughter of one victim.

DC sniper apologizes to victims' families

ROCKVILLE, Md., Nov. 9 (UPI) -- Convicted sniper killer Lee Boyd Malvo apologized to the families of his victims in a Rockville, Md., courtroom before he was sentenced to life.

D.C. sniper confesses to Ariz. shooting

ROCKVILLE, Md., Oct. 28 (UPI) -- Convicted Washington Beltway sniper Lee Boyd Malvo told detectives he shot and killed an Arizona man on a golf course, a Tucson police investigator said.

Malvo pleads guilty to Md. sniper killings

ROCKVILLE, Md., Oct. 10 (UPI) -- Lee Boyd Malvo, the teenager who joined John Allen Muhammad in a Washington-area killing spree, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Maryland to six counts of murder. Malvo, now 21, faces consecutive life sentences, the Baltimore Sun reported. He is already serving

Report: D.C. sniper told of more killings

WASHINGTON, June 16 (UPI) -- One of two men convicted of sniper killings in the Washington area told authorities the two shot four people police hadn't known about, it was reported.
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Lee Boyd Malvo (also known as John Lee Malvo ) (born February 18, 1985), is a spree killer convicted, along with John Allen Muhammad, of mass murder in connection with the Beltway sniper attacks, which took place in the Washington Metropolitan Area over a three-week period in October 2002. According to his own confession they had planned to kill six people a day for a month in order "to terrorize the nation". The beltway attacks turned out to be only the last of a series of shootings across the United States which began on the West Coast. Muhammad had befriended the juvenile Malvo, and had enlisted him in the murderous rampage under some false pretenses and influences which are still not fully understood by authorities. According to Craig Cooley, one of Malvo's defense attorneys, Malvo believed Muhammad when he told him that the $10 million ransom sought from the US government to stop the sniper killings would be used to establish a Utopian society for 140 black homeless children on a Canadian compound.

Lee Boyd Malvo and his mother, Una Sceon James, first met John Allen Muhammad in Antigua and Barbuda around 1999, where Una and Muhammad developed a strong friendship. Later, Una left Antigua for Fort Myers, Florida, using false documents. She left her son with Muhammad, reportedly planning to have him follow her later. He did join his mother for a short time in 2001. Lee Malvo arrived as an illegal alien in Miami in 2001. He and his mother were apprehended by the Border Patrol in Bellingham, Washington, in December 2001. In January 2002, Malvo was released on a $1,500 bond. Malvo caught up with Muhammad soon after. In 2002, Malvo traveled to Bellingham, Washington, where he lived in a homeless shelter with Muhammad and enrolled in high school with Muhammad falsely listed as his father, but he did not make any friends. While in the Tacoma, Washington area, according to his statements to investigators, Malvo shoplifted the Bushmaster XM-15 from Bull's Eye Shooter Supply, a dealer for Bushmaster Firearms, Inc., a manufacturer and distributor based in Windham, Maine. About the same time, Muhammad practiced his marksmanship on the Bull's Eye firing range adjacent to the gun shop. Under federal laws, neither was legally allowed to purchase or possess guns, with both classified as prohibited persons under the Gun Control Act of 1968.

These are the victims who were murdered or wounded in the attacks. This list is in chronological order

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