DC Sniper Says Two Others Were Involved In Attacks But Backed Out

July 30th, 2010 - 7:02 pm ICT by GD  

By Gina Gomez
dcJuly 30, (THAINDIAN NEWS) Convicted DC sniper Lee Boyd Malvo has made a startling revelation in an interview to actor William Shatner in which he stated that two other men were all set to participate in the bloody sniper attacks that terrified that Washington area in the year 2002. The interview which was aired on the A&E television network on Thursday night was viewed by large number of audiences who were left glued to the television screens when Lee Boyd Malvo revealed that although the other two men initially wanted to take part in the attacks, later they opted out.

In his first televised interview, the DC Sniper talked to William Shatner via telephone from his from prison cell in southwest Virginia and stated that he and his partner John Muhammad had intended to recruit more people to participate in the vicious attacks to make it all the more deadly and cause more extensive damage. However, things failed to go as per the plan for them as the two backed out at the last moment leaving only Lee Boyd Malvo and John Muhammad to carry out the deadly attack.

After the details of the one-on-one with the “Star Trek” actor came to light, officials of the Maryland based Montgomery County Police have told news sources that they would surely follow up on the information that have come forward. Drew Tracy, the assistant police chief has emphasized that investigators would be send to interview Lee Boyd Malvo and gather more details about the men who intended to be part of the brutal attacks in Washington D.C. area that claimed around ten lives.

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