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Sun StaffMANASSAS, Va. -- The Maryland man shot as he stopped for gas on his long commute home Wednesday night was confirmed yesterday as the seventh person killed by a roving sniper, whose uncanny ability to disappear after his deadly attacks has bedeviled an...
Sun StaffMANASSAS, Va. - The large-scale federal, state and local investigation into the serial sniper who has terrorized the Washington suburbs widened last night to Manassas, where a man was shot to death at a gas station. Montgomery County police headed to the...
Sun StaffVIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Jonathan Shapiro says he hesitated last November to accept his friend and fellow Virginia defense attorney Peter D. Greenspun's offer to serve as co-counsel for sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad. Shapiro knew that some people -...
Sun StaffVIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Jurors in the John Allen Muhammad trial have become used to seeing tearful people in the courtroom, as witnesses describe how their family members were killed by a sniper's bullets. But yesterday, jurors saw tears coming from an...
Sun StaffSILVER SPRING -- One year later, the sites of the killings are again ordinary. People buy and sell used cars at Fitzgerald Automotive on Rockville Pike with little notice of the fading memorial nearby. At the Shell station on Connecticut Avenue, motorists...
Sun National StaffLawyers for teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo are scheduled to give Fairfax County, Va., prosecutors a mental health report on their client today, advising prosecutors of the psychological issues they will raise during a sentencing hearing if Malvo...
Tags: Murder, Trials, Lawyers, FBI, Fairfax (Fairfax, Virginia)
Sun StaffVIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - As the trial for his life got under way yesterday, John Allen Muhammad shocked the court by firing his lawyers and delivering an elliptical opening statement in which he claimed direct knowledge of the sniper shootings only to,...
Sun StaffLawyers for sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad made a sweeping case against the death penalty in court papers unsealed yesterday, arguing that recent evidence of the executions of innocent men as well as the subjective application of capital punishment...
Associated Press- 5:20 p.m. Oct. 2: Windows are shot at craft store in Aspen Hill. No one is hurt. - 6:04 p.m. Oct. 2: James D. Martin, 55, of Silver Spring, is killed in a grocery store parking lot in Wheaton. - 7:41 a.m. Oct. 3: James L. "Sonny" Buchanan, 39, of...
Sun StaffFREDERICKSBURG, Va. - A fatal shooting at a gas station here yesterday set off a huge manhunt that brought Interstate 95 to a crawl for hours, in what police say is likely the latest strike by a serial sniper terrorizing the Washington area. In driving...
Associated PressMANASSAS, Va. - A judge ruled yesterday that prosecutors will not necessarily have to prove that sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad fired the shot that killed a man to get the death penalty. Circuit Judge LeRoy Millette Jr. also ruled that prosecutors do...
Tags: Lawyers, Murder, Maryland, Punishment, Death
Sun StaffFor Virginia Circuit Judge LeRoy F. Millette Jr., the unblinking attention of the nation's media and legions of curious onlookers that will accompany the first trial in last fall's sniper shootings are nothing new. A decade ago, just a month into his...
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