Sniper John Allen Muhammad refused to utter any last words as he was executed, taking to the grave answers about why and how he plotted the killings of 10
The mastermind of the 2002 sniper attacks that killed 10 in the Washington, D.C., region has been executed.
Virginia's governor refused to spare the life of John Allen Muhammad and cleared the way for his execution Tuesday night for the sniper attacks in 2002 that
John Allen Muhammad, the mastermind behind the sniper attacks that left 10 dead, was executed Tuesday as relatives of the victims watched, reliving the killing
Unless Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine steps in, sniper mastermind John Allen Muhammad will be executed Tuesday for the attacks that terrorized the nation's capital
Muhammad jury foreman: "We believed in our hearts he'd do it again. We felt that was enough to say if anybody deserved the death penalty, he did."
Mildred Muhammad will not be there when her ex-husband John Allen Muhammad is executed Tuesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to block Tuesday's scheduled execution of sniper mastermind John Allen Muhammad, leaving Governor Tim Kaine with the last
The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to block Tuesday's scheduled execution of sniper mastermind John Allen Muhammad.
When James D. Martin was shot dead on an early October evening seven years ago in the parking lot of a grocery store in Wheaton, a northern Washington suburb,
"I think everybody was victimized," Leslie McDermott said. "I think everybody lost a sense of freedom and innocence during that time. They were scared."
The emotions leading up to the execution of the mastermind behind the 2002 sniper attacks vary for those wounded and the relatives of those killed.
Some ache for revenge, others simply for justice. There is frustration, too, and defiance.
Attorneys for John Allen Muhammad have released a May 2008 letter in which the mastermind of the 2002 sniper attacks in the Washington, D.C., area proclaims
Attorneys for sniper mastermind John Allen Muhammad plan to file an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court in an effort to stop next week's execution.
Attorneys for John Allen Muhammad, mastermind of the 2002 sniper attacks in the Washington, D.C., area that left 10 dead, asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday to stop his