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November 15, 2002 | From Associated Press
A state grand jury Thursday indicted the Washington-area sniper suspects on first-degree murder charges for a killing in Baton Rouge, while prosecutors in Washington filed their own charges against the pair. The Louisiana victim, Hong Im Ballenger, 45, was shot Sept. 23 during a robbery at the beauty products shop she managed. Prosecutors said they will seek the death penalty for John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo.
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November 15, 2002 | From Associated Press
A state grand jury Thursday indicted the Washington-area sniper suspects on first-degree murder charges for a killing in Baton Rouge, while prosecutors in Washington filed their own charges against the pair. The Louisiana victim, Hong Im Ballenger, 45, was shot Sept. 23 during a robbery at the beauty products shop she managed. Prosecutors said they will seek the death penalty for John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo.
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April 29, 2003 | Stephen Braun, Times Staff Writer
During a controversial confession to Virginia police last fall, Washington, D.C.-area sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo waived his right to talk with a lawyer and then laughed as he recounted several of the shootings, a police detective testified Monday. On the first day of a pretrial hearing, Fairfax County Det. June Boyle said she repeatedly asked Malvo whether he wanted to consult with a lawyer. She said he declined, launching into six hours of statements about the slayings.
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March 16, 2003 | From the Washington Post
Handwritten drawings and musings taken from the jail cell of sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo include the obscure reflections of long-dead political philosophers, references to the popular movie "The Matrix" and a series of quotations from reggae music. Psychiatrists who have examined the writings say they may be the obsessive ruminations of a mentally ill prisoner or simply the aggressive imagery of an angry teenager.
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