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Sun StaffCHESAPEAKE, Va. - Teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo began the fight for his life yesterday, answering "not guilty" in court to two charges of capital murder - the beginning of a trial expected to last six to nine weeks. Malvo's answers to Fairfax...
Associated PressFAIRFAX, Va. - Sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo implicated his alleged accomplice as an equal partner in last fall's series of shootings, saying John Allen Muhammad acted as a spotter and called out shots, prosecutors said. In a legal brief made public...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. - A request by lawyers for teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo to have Virginia's death penalty law declared unconstitutional was denied yesterday by a Fairfax County Circuit judge, clearing a way for the possibility of execution if he...
Tags: Maryland, Justice System, FBI, Social Issues, Virginia
Sun National StaffMANASSAS, Va. - The string of cross-country violence attributed to sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad grew yesterday to include a mugging and a malicious wounding, according to court papers that also allege Muhammad said "America got what it deserved"...
Sun StaffProsecutors in Fairfax County, Va., filed the latest round of murder charges in the Washington-area sniper attacks and appeared late yesterday to be the leading choice of Justice Department officials for the high-profile assignment of trying the two...
Associated PressFAIRFAX, Va. - A judge has imposed a gag order prohibiting Fairfax County police from publicly disclosing nearly all aspects of their investigation into sniper suspects John Allen Muhammad and John Lee Malvo. The order, dated Dec. 11 from Circuit Judge...
Tags: Alabama, Maryland, Justice System, Washington, DC, Judges
Sun StaffCHESAPEAKE, Va. - Crying as he spoke wistfully of an angelic tyke in Jamaica, the father of teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo testified that the last time he saw his son, the boy was a polite, loving child doing well in school. "Lee was my pride...
Sun National StaffA Fairfax County, Va., judge ruled yesterday that jurors may hear testimony from two Supermax prison officers who say that teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo bragged to them about killings, shootings and other near-attacks after he was arrested last...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. - A Virginia judge cleared the way yesterday for 17-year-old Lee Boyd Malvo, one of two suspects in the Washington-area sniper shootings last fall, to be tried as an adult for capital murder and possibly face the death penalty. After hearing...
Sun StaffVIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - From the start, from the night last fall that John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo were arrested as they slept at a Maryland rest stop in the Chevrolet Caprice that prosecutors later would call a killing machine, everything about...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, VA. - Commonwealth's Attorney Robert F. Horan Jr. said yesterday that he was confident that court documents released today will show that a grand jury indicted teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo on charges of capital murder. The grand jury,...
Associated PressMANASSAS, Va. - Lawyers for sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad received permission yesterday to hire a psychiatrist and a psychologist to evaluate his mental health. But the judge temporarily denied requests to hire private investigators. The mental...
Tags: Alabama, Maryland, Prosecution, Mental Health, Justice System
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