Malvo Could Become Nation’s Youngest On Death Row

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Lee Boyd Malvo, convicted of capital murder in a Washington, D.C., sniper case, could become the nation’s youngest death-row inmate, the Richmond Times-Dispatch says. The penalty phase of Malvo’s trial begins today in Chesapeake, Va. Malvo, 18, was 17 when he and John Allen Muhammad, 42, allegedly shot and killed as many as 18 people
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