After nearly three years in prison, convicted sniper Lee Boyd Malvo has done an about-face. Once remorseless for the 2002 shooting spree that paralyzed the Washington area, he now says he was John Allen Muhammad’s victim. We hear public reaction to Malvo’s change of heart, and we discuss how prison time affects the psychology of young criminals.


  • Eric Rich Metro Reporter, The Washington Post
  • Dr. Stanton Samenow Clinical Psychologist in Alexandria, Va. and author of "Inside the Criminal Mind"
  • Jason Ziedenberg Executive Director of the Justice Policy Institute in Washington, D.C.

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