Hearing for Sniper Suspect Prosecutors in Northern Virginia ask a juvenile court to rule that John Lee Malvo, 17, should be tried as an adult for the murder of FBI employee Linda Franklin. Malvo is one of two suspects in sniper-style shootings -- most in the Washington, D.C. area -- that left 13 people dead. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.

Prosecutors Seek to Try D.C.-Sniper Suspect as Adult

Prosecutors Seek to Try D.C.-Sniper Suspect as Adult

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Prosecutors in Northern Virginia ask a juvenile court to rule that John Lee Malvo, 17, should be tried as an adult for the murder of FBI employee Linda Franklin. Malvo is one of two suspects in sniper-style shootings — most in the Washington, D.C. area — that left 13 people dead. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.