Lee Boyd Malvo angry letter

Lee Boyd Malvo angry letter

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Lee Boyd Malvo, also known as John Lee Malvo, is a Jamaican convicted murderer who, along with John Allen Muhammad, committed murders in connection with the Beltway sniper attacks in the Washington Metropolitan Area over a three-week period in October 2002. Currently, he is serving multiple life sentences at Red Onion State Prison in Virginia, a supermax prison. Although the pairing's actions were classified by the media as psychopathy attributable to serial killer characteristics, researchers have debated whether or not their psychopathy meets this classification or that of a spree killer. In 2012, Malvo claimed that he was sexually abused by Muhammad. The beltway attacks turned out to be only the latest of a series of shootings across the United States connected to these individuals which began on the West Coast. Muhammad had befriended the juvenile Malvo, and had enlisted him in the attacks. According to Craig Cooley, one of Malvo's defense attorneys, Malvo believed Muhammad when he told him that the $10 million ransom sought from the US government to stop the sniper killings would be used to establish a Utopian society for one hundred and forty homeless black children on a Canadian compound. The letter and envelope are both handwritten. In the letter, Malvo gets angry with the pen pal. The letter is unsigned.

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