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INFAMOUS: D.C. Sniper

INFAMOUS: D.C. Sniper

Update: 2019-11-0460
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For three weeks in October 2002, the nation's capital region was paralyzed with fear as a series of deadly sniper attacks killed innocent people across Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. This week, we partnered with the FBI to bring you this episode and to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first African-American agent joining the Bureau. Together with a very special guest from the FBI, we delve into the case of the notorious DC Sniper.

 

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Comments (15)

Chet Hjr

Why would it be so exciting to be invited by an agency that is behind so many conspiracies? I'd rather hear more about the TRUTH of the thousands of questions, over the span of decades, about Conspiracy Theory's. Why does race have to be the first thing mentioned, or even a part of anything, when talking about this case? So this case had come to a conclusion because of an 'African-American'. Guess, what? It was an 'African-American' pulling the trigger too. Killing all those incident people. Good job, you got one of your own! I WANT TO HEAR TRUTH, NOT STATS!!!

Nov 7th
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Yujia Bi

Jesus this kind of crimes gives me so much anxiety...

Nov 6th
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Alissa Maxwell

This was a very cool collaboration! Well done.

Nov 5th
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Danielle Webb

IM FROM THAT AREA, I REMEMBER WE DIDNT' WANT TO GO ANYWHERE,

Nov 4th
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calafia

I lived in Bellingham for two years and the place is really the worst. It's pretty, but the people who were born/raised there are so terrible.

Nov 4th
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Stefanie May

He wasn't first one, November marks the 100 yr anniversary of the first black investigator. it was very scary when it was happening in real time because nobody knew why they were being targeted what the purpose was and when they were going to be caught I'm not sure why just because there was a black man involved as the investigator you had to turned off like why

Nov 4th
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Andrew J Cipriano

I don't know I was immediately took and out of the story and lost all interests the moment somebody says he was the 1st black investigator. like really?

Nov 4th
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INFAMOUS: D.C. Sniper

INFAMOUS: D.C. Sniper

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