Bring That Week Back: Convicted D.C. Sniper Expresses Remorse

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Convicted D.C. Sniper Expresses Remorse: "I Was a Monster" 

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In an interview corresponding with the 10-year anniversary of the D.C. sniper attacks, shooter Lee Boyd Malvo expressed remorse for the 10 people he killed in a shooting spree that terrorized the D.C. area for 21 days in 2002, asking victims to try to move on with their lives. Malvo, now 27, is serving a life sentence.

 (Photo: AP Photo/Chris Gardner, Pool, File)