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>> sniper lee boyd malvo opens up about his crimes that terrorize the metro area. >> i'm sorry. there is no way to express that. >> one of his first victims his new apology, 10 later. 7ve and in hd, this is abc -- on your side. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> lee boyd malvo is sharing his thoughts and regrets. convicted sniper tells n post" that he feels like the worst piece of .cum more from that interview and from one of his first victims.
from falls church, the scene of deadly attacks. depot is where the sniper shot and killed an fbi analyst. malvo talked at length about the killing spree with "the washington post." they said they found him different, reflective and sounding remorseful. readd away in a virginia's and in state prison, and at 27- year-old lee boyd malvo talked "the washington post" in an interview. he says he has come to a revelation. i was a monster. if you look a definition, that's what a monster was. was a thief. i stole people's life. 2002, mellowl of malvo killed and injured people. malvo, a juvenile at the time, to six life terms
without parole. he says he was remorseful, but a apology seems inadequate. i'm sorry. it sounds -- there is no way to express that. what my going to tell them? i think what he is saying makes sense. this man was one of the first sniper targets. malvo robbed and shot him five times as he sat in his car the night of september 5, 2002. just left his restaurant. i believe he is a different was 10today than he ago. that being said, i do not think should be let out of jail. he is responsible for it. the snipers rob him of money finance the killing spree. investigators did not connect found hisntil they the to snipersar
were arrested in. >> we have more information now on lee boyd malvo. the 27-year-old man is serving a life sentence with no parole in southwest virginia. the post he now spends meditating and doing yoga. will have more on the 10- anniversary of the sniper on aings all this week frederick police are investigating a murder. a man suffering from multiple .unshot wounds was found to the hospital, where he later died. have invested -- i invite ellis.36-year-old lamont no suspect has been identified. a man accused of murdering a man is scheduled to .ppear in court taglianetti at a man in in upstate new york. there are reports his estranged
was seeing him. we talked to him yesterday, -- yesterday and she did not she believessaid murderband is guilty of glad he is in jail. tragic milestone this u.s. serviceman was killed in aeople firefight with afghan army allies. 2000th american in the 11-year-old war. >> tomorrow could be a rough for drivers in d.c.. is because members of city plant to shut k street in the morning. they mark the one-year .nniversary of the movement they stayed in mcpherson square for nearly five until the enforced a ban on overnight camping. >> it has been a cloudy night with a few showers. when willout there -- the rain go away? stick around.
we will be in the belfort furniture weather center with a first check. the first showers -- we have been watching them in the belfort furniture weather center. movedf the showers have out of the area. at clear skies. temperatures have fallen. gaithersburg. 57 in fredericksburg. this is what it looks like early in the afternoon and evening. showers from the north -- and moves up toward the east. skies begin to clear across west virginia into western maryland. clear skies will be with us from early tomorrow morning, along with a bit of patchy fog. temperatures jump into the 50's afternoon, around 70 degrees or so. up, the extended outlook. some saudi weather on the way. weather on the way. the redskins came back to me by one point with two minutes
left in the game. >> they do not make it easy. went to workbtoritt mchenry tells us what happened. -- britt mchenry tells us happened. >> he gets back up. onlyometimes you say, the redskins. only the redskins can have two collide and into each r before the game started. us an 18-point lead, but on the redskins have their quarterback lead game-winning drive. he lit up the field. his mom was there to see him. td.-9 yard -- a 39-yard they trail in the fourth until yarder give the bucs a one-point lead. then it came down to this --
wait for it. almost misses again, but the time was the chart -- charm. it goes through. redskins improved to 2-2 with a 22-24 wen. means a happy plane ride back. practice.reat week of through the first weeks of the season. in the season. one-three does not look as good as 2-2. proud of being 2-2. >> we will have more coming up sports from the locker room. replacemente referees, that would not have f your goal. a huge fire. who came to the rescue. , attacked aohan room? how a congressional aide >> tonight is shutting down. ard
a wild and fiery crash in the district cut on tape. on georgia avenue nw. witnesses tell us for cars were involved. one car rear ended a second vehicle and triggered the huge fire. the car collided with two parked , setting them on fire. two officers happening to drive pulled people from one of the burning vehicles. taken to hospital r treatment. controversial spot in years.ria for now is closing. in thejobs will be lost , but neighbors say pollution the plant has cost worse than thech
be lost. will tom roussey is live from the plant with details. it has been here for a long time. the five smokestacks' you literally me have truman wassince president. the others came along not long n 1950.hat i in less than an hour, this plant shuts down. it is something a lot of say needed to happen. neighbors say pollution from on the potomac was burning down their quality life big-time. put water in, it turns black. paul says for years this dust hisconstant in neighborhood. be all over the neighborhood, all over the house. the windows have open. he and another resident concerns, they were told dust, but thend tested.d to have it it turned out to be really dangerous. also turned out to come old plant thatar-
is shutting down. if the wind goes in the wrong n -- it goes directly room.y he lives in the high-rise next to the planned. everybody told me it would be shut down. the plan tonner says the main closing theare because natural gas is efficient than coal. says thatrson plant has other pollution issues that would have addressed, very little of the dust residents about was from the planned. paul and his wife connie they believeing the plan to hurt their health. take medicine for the rest of my life. can be very significant at times. this plant is on a valuable therfront property, but future is in question. says that although they notthe power plant, they do own the property. pepco owns that and they have a separate substation that d.c. that willto
continue to operate. some residents expect that one a waterfrontee development here, but right now fore are no concrete plans that to happen. not even concrete plans yet to old plan down. tom roussey, abc 7 news. thank you for that. lindsay lohan making the hat -- again.es once there is a scuffle in a hotel room and a congressional aide was reportedly involved. stick around for the
seeing incredible japan, which was this weekend by a powerful typhoon. at that. check out what happens at that u.s. marine base the island of okinawa. f wind picked it up and parkingt across the lot. height of the storm, it nearly 80 miles an hour. shows you how powerful it was. not one but two super typhoons over the last few weeks.
the storm spinning in the it was still a no threat to land on for europe or the states, but that star is still spinning out there. to us.at we have some showers and a earlier thisnder evening. that has come to an end. everything is drying out nicely. it is 59 degrees at reagan national airport. there is the potential for a bit earlychy fog to develop tomorrow morning. degrees was the average high. that is what we normally see for year.ime of high was 91, set in 1986. can get -- 30it degrees in 1942. weatherbug network takes us to nationals park. no rain at all. two tenths of an inch of rain at rockville. of 52 degrees.
frederick, about a third of an inch of rain. temperatures are cooler off to west of us.d 50 cumberland, 46 already in winchester. there is not a tremendous amount of really cool air out there, but notice just to the west and south, temperatures in the 60's. some of the warmer air that is the way for the next couple of days. the warm air, a bit of a trade-off. we see more clouds and a better rain come heavier the day night and into on tuesday. an area of low pressure spins into earlyn tonight morning. strong enough to keep .he system over here clouds will start to increase in the midday hour and showers are forecast tomorrow periods of heavy the and thunderstorms on
way for tuesday. cloudy -- it is quiet and dry. our futurecast shows the .learing sky clouds rolled in -- temperatures tomorrow at 7275 degrees. heavy rain, concentrated mostly west of d.c. that is our forecast for tonight patchy fog. 50's for nighttime lows. extended outlook -- near 80. tuesday and wednesday -- it will o great out there. cloudy skies, areas of rain, rumbles of thunder. clear days on thursday and friday. think the best time in of whether,erms sunshine, ity and is october. tomorrow is october 1. we will be feeling like it is october. another thing true for r is the postseason.
we are hoping the nats will go there. that they will win their -- the orioles may have something really special tonight. the first time since 1997. the nationals are returning from rough night in st. louis with the magic number of one. of number one, how #four? that was how good morning! wow. want to start the day
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everyone was biting their nails about. he already missed three. he barely makes it, but he saves job, most likely. 41-yarder, gets the win. a 24-22 win. it felt like it was a real test. like -- a lot of people wanted to get the game over with. e again.at chanc many, yourissed too y long.ent is not ver but to mr. re-field goals and make his focus and come that game -- that lot about him. > -- baseball in
october, hunting for october. the nats had a chance to win the east in st. louis. it was not that pretty -- they only at -- lasted a few innings. hot bat.ltran has a deep left-center into the bullpen. the fourth.four in a two-run shot. gone. 7-4 cardinals. bottom of the fourth, you could not stop this man. beltran again. a two-run shot. cardinals blow out the nationals, 10-4. the braves also won. the nationals magic number remains at one. cup, crazy finish. that.es this could give the u.s. victory
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