Teen Sniper Suspect Will Use Insanity Defense

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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A4627-2003Oct9.html The defense for accused Washington, D.C., sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo surprised prosecutors by contending that he was insane during the shooting spree because he was "indoctrinated" co-defendant John Allen Muhammad. Chief prosecutor Robert F. Horan Jr. of Fairfax County, Va., said a court-appointed psychologist for the defense reported "nothing about insanity," the Washington Post said. "It's a late-blooming insanity, if there is one," Horan said. Muhammad, 42, and Malvo, 18 . . .

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