Malvo Case Follows Trend On Teen Death Penalty

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The jury’s decision to send Lee Boyd Malvo to life in prison rather than the execution chamber for the Washington, D.C., sniper killings reflected a trend away from the death penalty for juveniles. The Christian Science Monitor reports that death penalty opponents say capital punishment for those under 18 eventually will be abolished. “The question
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