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John Allen Williams was born in the city of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on December 31, His family soon moved to the city of New Orleans.
His mother suffered from breast cancer and passed away when he was three years old. His father left him soon after that. He spent his childhood living with his grandfather and his aunt.
Victims' families sat behind glass while watching, separated from the rest of the 27 witnesses, who were quiet, looking straight forward, intent on what was happening.
Tuesday at Greensville Correctional Center, south of Richmond. Muhammad's attorneys had asked Gov. Tim Kaine to commute his sentence to life in prison because they said he was severely mentally ill, but Kaine denied him clemency.
Muhammad's attorneys released a statement stating they respected the decisions of the Supreme Court and the Governor to not stay the execution, but added, "In its effort to race John Allen Muhammad to his death before his appeals could be pursued, the state of Virginia will execute a severely mentally ill man who also suffered from Gulf War Syndrome the day before Veterans Day.
Muhammad, 48, was executed for killing Dean Harold Meyers at a gas station in northern Virginia. He and his accomplice, Lee Boyd Malvo, also were suspected of fatal shootings in Louisiana, Alabama and Arizona.
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The lawyer said Muhammad's last meal was "chicken and red sauce, and he had some cakes. After the initial convictions and sentencing, Will Jarvis, the Assistant Prince William County prosecutor, stated he would wait to decide whether to try Malvo on capital charges in his jurisdiction until the U.
Supreme Court ruled on whether juveniles may be subject to the penalty of execution. While that decision in an unrelated case was still pending before the high court, in October , under a plea agreement, Malvo pleaded guilty in another case in Spotsylvania County , for another murder to avoid a possible death penalty sentence, and agreed to additional sentencing of life imprisonment without parole.
Malvo had yet to face trial in Prince William County. In March , the Supreme Court ruled in Roper v. Simmons that the Eighth Amendment prohibits execution for crimes committed when under the age of In light of this Supreme Court decision, the prosecutors in Prince William County decided not to pursue the charges against Malvo.
Prosecutors in Maryland , Louisiana , and Alabama were still interested in putting both Malvo and Muhammad on trial. As Malvo was 17 when he committed the crimes, he could no longer face the death penalty but still could be extradited to Alabama, Louisiana, and other states for prosecution.
At the time of the Roper v. Simmons ruling, Malvo was 20 years old and was held at Virginia's maximum security Red Onion State Prison in Pound , Wise County.
Muhammad's death penalty was affirmed by the Virginia Supreme Court on April 22, , when it ruled that he could be sentenced to death because the murder was part of an act of terrorism.
The court rejected an argument by defense lawyers that Muhammad could not be sentenced to death because he was not the triggerman in the killings linked to him and Malvo.
On September 16, , the circuit court judge Mary Grace O'Brien set an execution date by lethal injection for November 10, Supreme Court to stay his execution, but it was denied.
Muhammad was executed by lethal injection at the Greensville Correctional Center in Jarratt, Virginia on November 10, EST; Muhammad was pronounced dead five minutes later.
It was reported that when asked if he had any last words, Muhammad made no reply. Twenty-seven people, including victims' family members, witnessed his execution.
In May , Virginia and Maryland announced that they had reached agreements to allow Maryland to proceed with prosecuting charges there, where the most shootings occurred.
There were media reports that Malvo and his legal team were willing to negotiate his cooperation, and he waived extradition to Maryland.
Muhammad and his legal team responded by fighting extradition to Maryland. Muhammad's legal team was ultimately unsuccessful, and extradition was ordered by a Virginia judge in August Maryland agreed to transfer Muhammad and Malvo back to the Commonwealth of Virginia after their trials.
A date for Muhammad's pending execution in Virginia had been set for November 10, Malvo pleaded guilty to six murders and confessed to others in other states while being interviewed in Maryland and testifying against Muhammad.
Malvo was sentenced to six consecutive life terms without the possibility of parole, but in , his sentence in Virginia was overturned after an appeal.
On May 30, , a Maryland jury found John Allen Muhammad guilty of six counts of murder in Maryland. In return, he was sentenced to six consecutive life terms without possibility of parole on June 1, On May 6, , it was revealed that Muhammad had asked prosecutors in a letter to help him end legal appeals of his conviction and death sentence "so that you can murder this innocent black man.
In John Allen Muhammad's May trial in Montgomery County, Maryland , Lee Boyd Malvo took the stand and confessed to the 17 murders.
Malvo, after extensive psychological counseling, admitted that he was lying at the earlier Virginia trial where he had admitted to being the trigger man for every shooting.
Malvo claimed that he had said this in order to protect Muhammad from a potential death sentence, and because it was more difficult to obtain the death penalty for a minor.
Malvo said that he wanted to do what little he could for the families of the victims by letting the full story be told. In his two days of testimony, Malvo outlined detailed aspects of all the shootings.
Part of his testimony concerned Muhammad's complete multiphase plan. His plan consisted of three phases in the Washington, D. Phase one consisted of meticulously planning, mapping, and practicing their locations around the D.
This way after each shooting, they would be able to quickly leave the area on a predetermined path, and move on to the next location.
Muhammad's goal in Phase One was to kill six white people a day for 30 days. Malvo went on to describe how Phase One did not go as planned due to heavy traffic and the lack of a clear shot or getaway at locations.
Phase Two was meant to take place in Baltimore, Maryland. Malvo described how this phase was close to being implemented, but was not carried out.
Phase Two was intended to begin by killing a pregnant woman by shooting her in the stomach. The next step would have been to shoot and kill a Baltimore police officer.
Then, at the officer's funeral, they planned to detonate several improvised explosive devices complete with shrapnel. These explosives were intended to kill a large number of police, since many police would attend another officer's funeral.
The last phase was to take place during or shortly after Phase Two, which was to extort several million dollars from the United States government.
This money would be used to finance a larger plan, to travel north to Canada. Along the way, they would stop in YMCAs and orphanages recruiting other impressionable young boys with no parents or guidance.
Muhammad thought he could act as their father figure as he did with Malvo. Once he recruited a large number of young boys and made his way up to Canada, he would begin their training.
Malvo described how John Muhammad intended to train boys in weapons and stealth as he had been taught. Finally, after their training was complete, John Allen Muhammad would send them out across the United States to carry out mass shootings in many other cities, just as he had done in Washington and Baltimore.
According to The Seattle Times in a story of April 20, , Muhammad had honed his marksmanship at Bull's Eye's firing range.
According to U. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives ATF officials, the store and its owners had a long history of firearms sales and records violations and a file pages thick.
In July , the ATF revoked the federal firearms license of Brian Borgelt, a former staff sergeant with the U. Army Rangers and owner of Bull's Eye Shooter Supply.
But if someone else come along and says, I like basketball, then in actuality what he just said is what I said, but it's not the whole truth of what I said.
He left something out. Therefore, it cannot be considered the truth. It's a lie. So we continue to tell these stories and continue to tell these stories to where we have to come up with the three truths -- the whole truth and nothing but the truth; and now that's where we are right now, which means if a person gets up on that stand and don't respect all three truths, then they can be prosecuted for telling a lie; and upon the law they can get up on the stand and lie and still tell the truth and not be prosecuted.
That's why they changed it. Just the facts that we need. The facts should help us to identify what's the truth and what's not the truth and what is a lie and what's not a lie.
In knowing what our wisdom and our understanding, as we evolve, we knew how to manipulate things. Put something here that shouldn't be there, put something here that shouldn't be there, and became more and more confusing, and now we have science and a whole lot of other more things into it to prove that is the truth or to disprove that is the truth, and it became more and more confusing.
I heard him talk about his family. Anytime I deal with anything, I always reflect back on my children, whom I love very much; and I remember an incident when I was in the Caribbean; and my favorite daughter, Taliba -- she loves chocolate.
She loves chocolate cookies. As I was leaving, she said, "Daddy, can I have some chocolate cookies? I come back, we'll go to the store, and we'll get some chocolate cookies, but don't go in the cookie jar and get no chocolate cookies until I come back.
I won't. So I leave. I come back about an hour later. I see my baby daughter out in the yard with cookies in her hands and eating chocolate cookies.
I am upset now because from what I see, she disobeyed. I got the evidence in her hand. I got her eating cookies. I even got her sister saying she saw her going in the cookie jar; so I'm very upset now because my baby daughter have lied to me.
That's what I am thinking, so I go up to here, and she starts hiding the cookies. That is more proof. She is being deceiving now, so I tell her I want to see her in the house.
She come in the house; and whenever I have a dispute with my children, first thing I do is I pick them up and I put them up at least eye level or above me to where I look up to them, and that way I can remind myself don't be disrespectful to them, and I ask her.
I say, "Didn't I tell you don't go in the cookie jar? Don't say nothing. Didn't I tell you don't go in the cookie jar? I said, "Didn't I tell you, Don't eat no more of these cookies out of the cookie jar until I get back?
She said nothing. So I say, Go in the room, and I come in there and I deal with you later; so she go in the room crying. When she go in the room crying, she yelled for her big brother John, who always protects her; so she yelled for him.
He come running in the room worrying about his sister. I said, "Taliba disobeyed me. She went in the cookie jar, and I told her don't go in the cookie jar.
She eating cookies, and I told her, 'Don't eat any cookies until we eat;' " and my son told me -- he said, "Daddy, you don't know what happened.
You just guessing. You want to hear? He said, "Dad, I'm not saying you lie. I'm saying that you don't know what happened.
You wasn't here. He said, "Well, what happened, Dad, right after you left, Taliba came and asked me for some cookies; so I went to the store and I bought her some cookies, chocolate cookies; and when she got full, I told her to go put the rest of the cookies in the cookie jar.
That was the time that her sister saw her actually going in the cookie jar, but what her sister didn't know, she wasn't taking cookies out of the jar; she was actually putting cookies in the jar; and I didn't know.
I thought Salina -- Taliba had disobeyed me, but she really hadn't disobeyed me. She actually got cookies from the store and not out of the cookie jar.
At you could see him twitch a lot. You could see him blinking a lot. You could see his breathing increase. In a statement read on behalf of the lawyers for and family of Muhammad, defense lawyer Jon Sheldon said, "We deeply sympathize with the families and loved ones who have to relive the pain and loss of those terrible days; our sympathies also extend to the children of John Muhammad who, with humility and self-consciousness, today lost a father and a member of their family.
Bob Meyers, whose year-old brother Dean was shot dead while pumping gas in Virginia, called Tuesday's spectacle "surreal.
He said he may have attained some closure, "but I would say that pretty much was overcome just by the sadness that the whole situation generates in my heart.
That he would get to the place where he did what he did, and that it had to come to this. Meyers said he has forgiven Muhammad for two reasons: "One is that God calls for me to do that in the Bible, and the second thing is related to that.
If I don't, it rots me from the inside out.1/25/ · John Allen Muhammad was an American criminal who carried out the D. C. sniper attacks in Early Life. John Allen Williams was born in the city of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on December 31, His parents’ names were Eva and Ernest. His family soon moved to the city of New Orleans. His mother suffered from breast cancer and passed away when he was . Biography. John Allen Muhammad is best known as a Criminal. He joined the Nation of Islam in and procured security for ’s Million Man March. John Allen Muhammad was born on December 31, in Louisiana. His mother died of breast cancer when he was five years old. 10/20/ · Washington-area sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad won the right to defend himself Monday in his trial on murder, terrorism, conspiracy and firearms charges. Muhammad faces the death penalty if.
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