Sniper who terrorized Washington DC to regain custody of kids denied parole

The state of Virginia has denied parole to a convicted murderer who terrorized Washington, DC with indiscriminate sniper shooting nearly 20 years ago. reports Fox Baltimore.

Lee Boyd Malvo, 37, was denied parole and the Virginia Parole Board ruled the killer still posed a risk to the community after the October 2002 attacks. His parole request was denied on Tuesday, August 30. continues the socket.

Malvo committed the murders with John Allen Muhammad in an alleged effort by Muhammad to gain custody of his children by killing his ex-wife in what could be described as an act of injustice. Muhammad was executed in 2009. Malvo is serving a life sentence in a maximum security prison in Virginia. To read Fox Baltimore’s full report, click here.

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