Muhammad Cedes Control of Defense in Sniper Trial

Two days after winning a judge's permission to defend himself, John Allen Muhammad changes his mind. His newly re-appointed defense lawyers in the Washington-area sniper trial vigorously cross-examine prosecution witnesses. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.

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