Jury Selection Moves Quickly In Sniper Case

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http://home.hamptonroads.com/stories/story.cfm?story=61040&ran=183164 The change of venue in the first Washington, D.C., sniper trial of John Allen Muhammad may be working. At least two thirds of 123 potential jurors questioned yesterday in Virginia Beach, Va., said they have not been influenced by the flood of media coverage, the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot reports. The jury could be chosen as soon as today. Muhammad is on trial in the killing of Dean Meyers, an engineer shot while pumping . . .

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