Town Frightened by Latest Sniper Slaying

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NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports on how the Aspen Hill, Maryland, community, where some of the area's sniper shootings have occurred, is coping with the attacks. Aspen Hill boasts a diverse immigrant population and affordable housing, and the sprawling woods and parks that once attracted so many families are now cause for fear that a shooter may be lurking near-by.

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