Convicted DC Beltway Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo Sentenced to Life in Prison in MD … Because Once is Never Enough


Washington DC Belt-way Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo was sentenced today to life in prison for Lee boyd malvosix murders in Maryland during Malovo’s and John Allen Muhammad’s reign of terror in 2002. The bizarre fact is that Malvo will most likely never see the inside of a Maryland prison. No, its not because a prosecutor and judge copped a plea deal where Lee Boyd Malvo will be forced to wear a t-shirt that says, “ I am a Sniper”. The fact of the matter is that Lee Boyd Malvo previously been sentenced to life in prison in Virginia

The Maryland trial in Montgomery County Circuit Court included Malvo’s chilling insider account of his trip across the country with accomplice and mentor John Allen Muhammad.

Malvo, 21, pleaded guilty in October to the murders in Montgomery County, where the spree of 13 shootings began and ended in October 2002. (Breitbart)

With misguided parole board decisions these days, I guess one can never be sentenced too many times to life in prison. Judicial “overkill” if you will and welcomed.

Posted November 8, 2006 by
Crime, Judicial, Murder | 8 comments

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  • Comments

    8 Responses to “Convicted DC Beltway Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo Sentenced to Life in Prison in MD … Because Once is Never Enough”

    1. joe bear on November 8th, 2006 6:29 pm

      No we want him here,also.Joe

    2. Patti on November 8th, 2006 11:44 pm

      LIFE… after… LIFE… after… LIFE… after… LIFE

      I think we should do this to allllllllllllll of them!!!

    3. Richard on November 9th, 2006 5:54 am

      Strange, isn’t it, how this case ends not with a bang, but with a whimper? Think back to the terrifying days when these two animals were roaming around the country … and now, their final fate (we hope) is mentioned almost as just an afterthought.

      Meanwhile, we STILL don’t know who is responsible for the campaign of … God, I can’t remember the name of it now, that white poisonous stuff that was put in the National Enquirer office in Florida, soon after 9/11 (was it ricin?), and then sent to other people by mail.

      Breathing it in is supposed to be harmful or fatal.

      ANTHRAX. Of course.

      Anyway, that seems too to have faded from consciousness. But whoever did it is presumably still out there, and could resume those terror attacks tomorrow.

    4. travis on April 16th, 2009 6:55 pm

      i dont think he should get life he was basically brain washed he should get a long time in prison released be in constant supervision and have to see a psychiatrist

    5. viv on November 9th, 2009 11:05 pm

      I really do think he was brainwashed as well. He is also very young. I don’t agree with locking this kid up and throwing away the key. He can possibly be rehabilitated.

    6. Shonta on November 10th, 2009 11:44 am

      I dont think he should serve life in prison. I mean he knows what he did was wrong. But I think he was brainwashed by Mohammad. I think he learned his lesson being in a adult prison for 7 years and then sentenced life in prison is hard enough. He was young when this situation happend. I think he should be released under adult supervison, and have therapy, or rehabilitized. Life in prison is even harder on the kid. He knows what he did was wrong.

    7. Deonne on November 11th, 2009 12:23 pm

      Retributive or rehabilitative justice? I am saddened by his situation and do pray him the strength to survive his incarceration, Although he was coerced into doing this brutal act, he must be forgiven, I do hope the authorities that be will deport him when he has served 10 years. Hurting people hurt. Lets stop the cycle

    8. kita on January 12th, 2010 4:57 pm

      i agree with you guys on malvo not deserving life for being brined washed. But what about that 16 year old who is serving 50 years for a home invassion?

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