Muhammad's Self-Defense Strategy Questioned

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Legal experts question sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad's decision to defend himself at his murder trial, saying the strategy is likely to hamper his ability to counter the prosecution's case. Testimony in the Virginia Beach, Va., trial began Monday. Hear NPR's Brian Naylor.

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