Muhammad Found Guilty in Sniper Case

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A Virginia Beach, Va., jury finds John Allen Muhammad guilty of two counts of capital murder, as well as two lesser counts, in connection with one of the D.C.-area sniper killings last fall. The verdict, which followed less than seven hours of deliberation, means that Muhammad now faces a possible death sentence. Hear NPR's Brian Naylor.



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