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Lee Boyd Malvo, who it is and where it’s living in a Virginia prison for his role in the 2002 sniper spree that left 10 people dead in the Washington, D. C., for the district, got married earlier this month.
The ceremony, in between Malvo and 35, and an unidentified woman, took place at Red Onion state prison, said Carmeta Albarus, who has served as an advisor and mentor for Malvo.
“Over the past 17 years, he has grown up, in spite of his conditions of confinement,” she said in a telephone interview. “He’s grown up to be a grown up and has found love with a beautiful young woman. It was a beautiful ceremony.”
Malvo and mastermind John Allen Muhammad be randomly killed 10 people and wounded three others during a three-week rampage in October 2002. They were arrested near Frederick, Md., after an intense search, which is in the grip of the nation and the world.
In this undated file photo provided by the Virginia Department of Corrections shows Lee Boyd Malvo. The D. C. sniper, Malvo, is now a married man. Virginia Department of Corrections via AP File)
Malvo was 17 when the killing took place. Muhammad was executed in 2009 and Malvo was sentenced to life in prison.
As a result of a state law this year that will give those who have committed crimes when they were under 18 years of age, the chance of parole after 20 years, Malvo will be eligible for release in 2024.
The change came just as he was in the midst of an appeal to the Supreme Court, in order to be a life sentence to be revoked at any time. He continued with his job.
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Even if he is released from prison, in Virginia, and he was convicted and sentenced to life in prison in Maryland, usa.
Marriages in Virginia prisons are highly regulated. In addition to the restrictions on the number of guests and the items that can be set up in the prison, and that the cutting will not result in the grant of any special privileges for the solemnization of the marriage, after the ceremony, or afterward, according to the state Department of Corrections.