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Muhammad's Ex-Wife Takes Stand at Sentencing Hearing

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Muhammad's Ex-Wife Takes Stand at Sentencing Hearing

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Muhammad's Ex-Wife Takes Stand at Sentencing Hearing

Muhammad's Ex-Wife Takes Stand at Sentencing Hearing

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John Allen Muhammad's ex-wife gives dramatic testimony at a hearing in Virginia Beach, Va. Mildred Muhammad, testifying before the jury that convicted Muhammad of murder for his role in a string of sniper shootings, reads emotional letters from her children to their father. The jury is currently deciding whether to sentence Muhammad to death or life in prison. Hear NPR's Brian Naylor.

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