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Sniper Trial to Resume after Holiday Break

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Sniper Trial to Resume after Holiday Break

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Sniper Trial to Resume after Holiday Break

Sniper Trial to Resume after Holiday Break

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The trial of Lee Boyd Malvo, one of two men accused in last year's sniper shootings in the Washington, D.C., area resumes Monday after taking a break for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Malvo's lawyers are using an insanity defense, arguing Malvo was manipulated by his accomplice, John Allen Mohammed. NPR's Jackie Northam reports.

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