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Fourteen Years Ago, the Beltway Snipers Killed 5 In One Day: This Is Why

October 3, 2002, marked the single bloodiest day in the case of the Washington, D.C.-area "Beltway Snipers." It was on that date in which John Allen Muhammad and Lee Malvo shot five seemingly random individuals in five separate incidents. The post Fourteen Years Ago, the Beltway Snipers Killed 5 In One Day: This Is Why appeared first on CrimeFeed.
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