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The name Lee Boyd Malvo is one that brings to mind the terror that struck Washington, D.C. and gripped the nation. In 2002, Malvo, at the time 17,  was the accomplice of John Allen Muhammad, who is better known as “The DC Sniper.” Together, the pair was responsible for the death of 10 people in…

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In 2002, the Washington, DC area was gripped in fear as unsuspecting victims were shot by John Allen Muhammad and his teenage stepson Lee Boyd Malvo. The DC Sniper attacks claimed the lives of 17 people and injured three others in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Muhammad was executed for his crimes in 2009, while Malvo,…

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    With the recent murder of two NYPD cops by a black man, the nation has paused to wonder at the scope of violence. As a cultural norm, many Blacks believe it is unusual when another Black person commits a particularly heinous and infamous crime. But Blacks are not above committing atrocities. Here are…

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