Victim Families Get “Safe Haven” In Sniper Trials

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On the floor of the courthouse in Chesapeake, Va., where sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo is being tried on murder charges, survivors and relatives of those killed are provided with a “safe haven,” modeled after the one used in the Denver-based Oklahoma City bombing trials seven years ago. The Washington Post reports that those who
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