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John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo went on a killing spree in 2002, in which they earned the title 'The DC Snipers'.
The "Blue Caprice" star on his new film and past controversy.
Former Grey's Anatomy star in Blue Caprice.
The convicted D.C. sniper Lee Malvo agreed to an interview with the Caribbean-centric news program, 18 Degrees North TV, hoping to reach a Jamaican audience and address how ongoing issues in the Caribbean nation impacted his troubled adolescence.
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D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo asks families to move on from their grief, pizza delivery boy rapes woman during delivery, racial gap widens on SAT scores, plus more national news.
Convicted D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo expresses remorse: "I was a monster." The shooter tells families of victims to forget about him and move forward on eve of 10th anniversary of the shooting spree.
D.C. sniper John Allen Muhammad arrested.