January 25, 2018
Lee Boyd Malvo.
Just black people things.
A sniper who randomly killed 10 people and terrorized the Washington, D.C., region more than 15 years ago has asked for a new hearing to argue for a lighter sentence.
A lawyer for Lee Boyd Malvo made that argument Tuesday in a federal appeals court.
Malvo was 17 when he and his older mentor, John Allen Muhammad, shot people in Virginia, Maryland and Washington during a three-week period in 2002. Muhammad was sentenced to death and was executed in Virginia in 2009.