John Allen Muhammad (December 31, 1960 – November 10, 2009) was an American convicted murderer from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He, along with his seventeen-year-old partner, Lee Boyd Malvo, carried out the Beltway sniper attacks of October 2002, killing at least 10 people. Muhammad and Malvo were arrested in connection with the attacks on October 24, 2002, following tips from alert citizens. Although the pairing's actions were classified as psychopathy attributable to serial killer…
John Allen Muhammad October 2002 – November 2003 The Beltway scene was terrorized in October 2002 when John Allen Muhammad and accomplice Lee Malvo killed 10 people and wounded 3 others during a 3-week sniper spree. Despite appeals and countless self-proclaimed justifications for his actions, Muhammad was killed by lethal injection in November 2009, while Lee Malvo received life in prison without the possibility of parole.
John Allen Muhammad (1960-2009) was convicted of the Beltway sniper attacks in 2002 that claimed at least 10 lives near Washington, D.C. Muhammad and his partner, Lee Boyd Malvo, used high-powered rifles to shoot and kill people at DC-area stores and gas stations during a three-week period in October 2001. Tips from citizens led to the arrest of Muhammad and Malvo. Muhammad was executed by lethal injection in Virginia in 2009.
John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo, the D.C. Beltway Snipers. They shot and killed 16 people and injured two more with a rifle placed through a hole in the trunk of their car. This killing spree (for no reason) occurred in the D.C. area in October 2002. Muhammad was executed by lethal injection in 2009, while Malvo is serving a life sentence at the Red Onion State Prison in Virginia.