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December 23, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
Evidence in the sniper case points to teen John Lee Malvo as the triggerman in most if not all of the shootings, according to a published report. That could complicate prosecutors' efforts to get a death sentence for the older suspect, John Muhammad. "There is not much pointing to Muhammad, and that is going to make it really hard to show that he was the triggerman," a law official told the New York Times.
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December 23, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
Evidence in the sniper case points to teen John Lee Malvo as the triggerman in most if not all of the shootings, according to a published report. That could complicate prosecutors' efforts to get a death sentence for the older suspect, John Muhammad. "There is not much pointing to Muhammad, and that is going to make it really hard to show that he was the triggerman," a law official told the New York Times.
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October 25, 2002 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Somewhere inside the mind of a serial sniper * It's very crowded in here. And no wonder, for television's minions have spent this month rummaging through the brain of the Washington, D.C., triggerman whose lethal moves and motivations remain baffling even after Thursday morning's wee-hours arrests in connection with the shootings.
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October 25, 2002 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Somewhere inside the mind of a serial sniper * It's very crowded in here. And no wonder, for television's minions have spent this month rummaging through the brain of the Washington, D.C., triggerman whose lethal moves and motivations remain baffling even after Thursday morning's wee-hours arrests in connection with the shootings.
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December 14, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
Una James, the mother of teenage sniper suspect John Lee Malvo, has been deported to Jamaica, a federal official confirmed. James, 38, was taken into custody by Immigration and Naturalization Service officers Tuesday. Her attorneys had notified the INS a day earlier that she would not appeal a deportation order issued Nov. 19. Malvo, 17, and John Allen Muhammad, 41, are suspected of a shooting spree in Maryland, Virginia, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana and Washington, D.C.
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September 25, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
A judge has granted a delay for the trial of John Allen Muhammad in the six Maryland deaths linked to the 2002 Washington-area sniper spree. Defendants are usually entitled to a trial within 180 days of arrest in Maryland or within 120 days of transfer to the state, but attorneys can ask for delays in complicated cases. After fighting extradition from Virginia, Muhammad arrived in Maryland on Aug. 22, and his trial had been set for May 1.
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December 19, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
Sniper suspect and vegetarian John Lee Boyd Malvo says he is getting sick from eating the jail's meatless loaf, which is usually served to inmates for disciplinary reasons. For the last two weeks, the Fairfax County jail has been serving the 17-year-old Malvo "the loaf," a hodgepodge of flour, raisins, carrots, potatoes and other ingredients baked into brown cakes.
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January 16, 2003 | David Lamb, Times Staff Writer
Teenage sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo, charged with 10 slayings in the Washington area, will be tried as an adult and could face the death penalty, a Virginia judge ruled Wednesday. No witnesses placed the youth at the killing sites during the two-day preliminary hearing.
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October 17, 2003 | Michael P. Lucas, Times Staff Writer
Consider Bobby Hosea fortunate. He's a working actor about to be featured in a high-visibility role in a newsworthy TV movie. Consider Hosea unfortunate too. That role just happens to be sniper suspect John Muhammad in USA Network's original movie "D.C. Sniper: 23 Days of Fear," which airs tonight. Playing pariahs is becoming something of a habit. Hosea played the title role in Fox's 1995 TV movie "The O.J. Simpson Story." That role was an easy fit for the affable, athletic Hosea.
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