Cia Shooting Suspect

The suspect in the 1993 rush hour shooting spree outside CIA headquarters has been arraigned in Virginia. The State Department is refusing to discuss how the Pakistani man was handed over to American authorities. The State Department had offered a two million dollar reward for help in capturing the suspect, whom authorities believed had fled the US after the shooting. Two people were killed and three others wounded in the apparently-random attack. NPR's Chitra Ragavan reports.

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