Wednesday, November 12, 2003

Defense rests in D.C. Sniper case

Your defendant, John Muhammad, is accused of involvement in a dozen brutal, random, deaths. The prosecution’s case has presented over 130 witnesses and a mountain of evidence. What are you going to do in your client’s defense?

Also, Montgomery County, Md., police officer David McGill, who catalogued the items found in Muhammad's car when he was arrested last year, acknowledged that cigarette butts were found in the 1990 Chevrolet Caprice even though there was no evidence that either Muhammad or fellow suspect Lee Boyd Malvo smoked.

They didn’t smoke! Forget about the ballistics, the map with one murder scene marked “Good one,” the sniper’s nest in the trunk....

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