A Case of Shoplifting? How Sniper Got His Gun.

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http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/134685251_gundealer29.html Gun dealer Brian Borgelt of Tacoma's Bull's Eye Shooter Supply says he doesn't know how his store ended up arming the Beltway sniper suspects with a deadly accurate $1,600 military-style carbine. But a Seattle Times investigation says law-enforcement sources explain what happened: "Not only did sniper suspect John Muhammad hone his marksmanship at Bull's Eye's firing range, but alleged accomplice Lee Boyd Malvo has told investigators he shoplifted the 35-inch-long . . .

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