In 2002, 17-year-old Lee Boyd Malvo became the accomplice in the revenge plot of U.S. Army veteran John Muhammad. This is part one of two.

Show Notes

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Sari Horowitz, Michael Ruane. "Sniper: The Hunt for the Killers Who Terrorized the Nation." 
Josh White, The Washington Post. “Full Interview: Lee Boyd Malvo.” September 29, 2012.
“Lee Boyd Malvo, DC Sniper, His Mother’s Side.” Button to Christ. October 10, 2019.
Jason Aldag, Josh White, Washington Post. “Lee Malvo: ‘I was a monster.’” Sep 29, 2012.
Brad Horn, The Washington Post. “23 days of terror.” Sept 30, 2012.
Matt Lauer, NBC. “D.C. sniper Malvo: Accomplice sexually abused me.” Oct 25, 2012.
True Crime Daily. “Exclusive: Ex-wife, daughters of ‘D.C. Sniper’ speak out.” Feb 4, 2016.
18 Degrees North TV. “Why he killed so many people- interview with DC Sniper, Lee Boyd Malvo.” June 30, 2017.
18 Degrees North TV. “The result of absentee fatherhood (Lee Boyd Malvo Evaluation).” June 30, 2017.
Patrick Baker, Button to Christ Ministries. “Lee Boyd Malvo, The DC Sniper, His Mother’s Side.” October 10, 2019. 
“The Lost Tapes.” Dec 2, 2018.
“The Final Report: DC Sniper.”
Pedro Coronado, VCU Capital News Service. “Beltway Snipers’ trail.”
Jerry Schwartz, Associated Press. “Timeline of DC-area sniper shootings.” October 11, 2002.
Timeline: Washington Sniper Killings
Sniper Investigation Timeline. January 7, 2006.
Talia Dennis, Northern Virginia Magazine. “A collective timeline of the DC Sniper case from 2002-2019.” November 7, 2019.
“DC Area Sniper Fast Facts.” October 28, 2020.
Ryan W. Miller. ‘DC sniper’ Lee Boyd Malvo marries while serving life in prison.” Mar 11, 2020.
Andrew Court, “Revealed: The woman Washington DC sniper Lee Boyd Malvo married in jail is a wealthy ‘trust fund baby’ and activist who donated thousands of dollars to Bernie Sanders.” March 14, 2020.
Allison Brophy Champion, The Star-Exponent. “Ex-wife of DC sniper recalls the abuse she suffered before he terrorized a nation.” October 18, 2018.
Tell Me More. “Ex-wife of DC sniper: ‘I was the enemy.’” October 5, 2009.
Richard Wolf, USA Today. “Virginia law makes ‘DC sniper’ Lee Boyd Malvo eligible for parole, ends Supreme Court case.” February 24, 2020.
Frank Green, Richmond Times-Dispatch. “Is Lee Boyd Malvo, young Beltway Sniper, entitled to a new sentencing? His case will be argued in federal appeals court.” January 21, 2018.
Christian Davenport, The Washington Post. “The white box truck that wasn’t.” Nov 18, 2002.
“Teenager: ‘Brought closer to God’ by sniper shooting.” October 30, 2003.
Elliott C. McLaughlin, CNN. “Sniper’s apology brings closure, no justice.” March 4, 2010.
David Nichanian, The Appeal. “Virginia makes all children eligible for parole, a major shift for this punitive state.” Feb 24, 2020.
Mark Joseph Stern, “Is this child incorrigible or immature?” Oct 16, 2019.
Andrea F. Siegal; Kimberly A.C. Wilson, The Baltimore Sun. “Malvo depicted as sad, sinister.” November 14, 2003.
Michael Lee Pope, Northern Virginia Magazine. “DC sniper Lee Boyd Malvo heads to the Supreme Court.” November 7, 2019.