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A hate-filled Gulf War vet and his 17 year old protégé. They terrorized the Washington Beltway for three bloody weeks, killing 10 strangers, seemingly at random, irrespective of age or race or gender.
The younger of the DC snipers is now a 27 year old lifer - a prisoner, held in solitary, with no chance of parole - his mentor executed; their victims now 10 years dead.
But, a decade later, the questions remain of how and why.
On this week's edition of Due Process, some answers in Lee Boyd Malvo's own recorded words - and in a startling new book by a forensic social worker who was part of his defense, and a clinical psychologist, who has studied the case. Their claim: that an abandoned and abused Malvo - brainwashed by the manipulative John Muhammad - was himself a psychological, physical and sexual victim.
We revisit the chilling story of the DC snipers with Carmeta Albarus and Dr. Jonathan Mack.
We hope you'll join us.
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President and Founder of FURI, Carmeta Albarus-Lindo has made the following media appearances:
November 10th on Larry King Live on the night of John Muhammad's execution
sharing with viewers the transformation of Lee Boyd Malvo who was Muhammad's
protege and side kick during the sniper shootings.
On January 26 appeared on CVM at Sunrise where questions centered on continued involvement with Lee Boyd Malvo and the growth progress he has made over the years.
Featured on a documentary "Too Young to Kill" that was launched On February 3, 2010 on E! TV. This documentary that looked into some of the factors that lead children to become killers.
Guest appearance on popular radio program the Breakfast Club hosted by Professor Trevor Monroe on February 4, 2010. Looked into factors that lead to violence among our youths as well as talked about the impact of deportations on families and the work of FURI in Jamaica.
Featured personality on FM Hot 102 on February 11, 2010 @ 5:30 p.m. Discussed FURI's work in Jamaica and changes in the structure of the organization.
FURI has now extended its outreach to Montego Bay. Counseling, food and care packages are made available to deported persons living on a homeless camp.
FURI's president and Founder, Carmeta Albarus-Lindo along with FURI Volunteer, Winston (Ishon) Williams were guests on 93.5 FM in New York City on Sunday, October 10, 2010.