Legally Conservative

Listening To Victims

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

I arrived in Washington D.C. last Wednesday morning to see the same front page headline in all the local newspapers announcing the State of Virginia had carried out the execution of mass murderer John Allen Muhammad. Known as the "D.C. sniper," Muhammad (not his real name, of course) and a sidekick terrorized the citizenry during a shooting spree in the greater D.C. area, randomly choosing victims, gunning them down as they were going about such ordinary activities as shopping or getting gas at a filling station.

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