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As federal and state officials question the two men believed to be John Allen Muhammad and John Lee Malvo, more details have emerged about their backgrounds. Both moved to Maryland from Washington state early last year. Officials know Malvo went to school in Bellingham, Wash., but they are unsure about his earlier education. NPR's Pam Fessler has more.

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