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Photo credit: Screenshot from Blue Caprice trailer.

Film Based on D.C. Sniper Attacks Set For Online Release, Limited Theater Release

“Blue Caprice” is the title of a new film that is bound to hit close to home for many residents of the D.C. region.

08/15/2013

Lee Boyd Malvo in 2002. (Photo credit: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Lee Boyd Malvo: I Was Sexually Abused; There Are More Victims

Convicted D.C. sniper Lee Boy Malvo has levied bombshell claims of sexual abuse and previously undiscovered victims from the deadly killing spree.

10/25/2012

Chief Charles Moose holds up a graphic aid composite composed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) at a media conference October 12, 2002 in Rockville, Maryland. Investigators hoped the computer generated graphic would help members of the public identify a vehicle that has been seen by witnesses at a number of sniper attack locations.  (Photo by Stefan Zaklin/Getty Images)

D.C. Sniper Attacks 10 Years Later: ‘You Never Get Over It’

Tuesday marks the 10th anniversary of the sniper attacks that paralyzed the Washington region for 23 horrific days in 2002.

10/02/2012

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