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  •  - File photo of Washington area sniper suspect John Lee Malvo being escorted by Fairfax County Sheriffs out of Fairfax

    File photo of Washington area sniper suspect John Lee Malvo being escorted by Fairfax County Sheriffs out of Fairfax

    Posted: 9/30/2012 3:01:13 PM EST
    Washington area sniper suspect John Lee Malvo is escorted by Fairfax County Sheriffs out of Fairfax County juvenile court in Fairfax, Virginia, in this November 15, 2002, file photo. Convicted Washington sniper Lee Boyd Malvo said the devastated reaction of a victim's husband 10 years ago made him feel like "the worst piece of scum on the planet," The Washington Post reported on September 30, 2012. REUTERS/Brendan Mcdermid/Files
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              FILE - In this Friday, April 28, 2006 file photo, convicted sniper John Allen Muhammad addresses Judge James L. Ryan during a media preview before the start of his trial in Rockville, M

    FILE - In this Friday, April 28, 2006 file photo, convicted sniper John Allen Muhammad addresses Judge James L. Ryan during a media preview before the start of his trial in Rockville, M

    Posted: 9/30/2012 12:13:34 PM EST
    FILE - In this Friday, April 28, 2006 file photo, convicted sniper John Allen Muhammad addresses Judge James L. Ryan during a media preview before the start of his trial in Rockville, Md. Convicted D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo, aka John Lee Malvo, said in a newspaper interview published Sunday, Sept. 30, 2012, that the devastated reaction of a victim’s husband made him feel like “the worst piece of scum.” Malvo expresses remorse in the interview with The Washington Post and urged the families of victims to try and forget about him and his partner, Muhammad, so they can move on. Tuesday, Oct. 2, marks the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the deadly spree in the Washington area carried by Malvo and Muhammad. The pair has been linked to 27 shootings across the country, including 10 fatal attacks in the Washington area. (AP Photo/Chris Gardner, Pool, File)
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              FILE - In this Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2003 file photo, sniper shooting suspect John Lee Malvo is escorted from court after his preliminary hearing in Fairfax, Va. Convicted D.C. sniper Malvo

    FILE - In this Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2003 file photo, sniper shooting suspect John Lee Malvo is escorted from court after his preliminary hearing in Fairfax, Va. Convicted D.C. sniper Malvo

    Posted: 9/30/2012 12:13:34 PM EST
    FILE - In this Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2003 file photo, sniper shooting suspect John Lee Malvo is escorted from court after his preliminary hearing in Fairfax, Va. Convicted D.C. sniper Malvo said in a newspaper interview published Sunday, Sept. 30, 2012, that the devastated reaction of a victim’s husband made him feel like “the worst piece of scum.” Malvo expresses remorse in the interview with The Washington Post and urged the families of victims to try and forget about him and his partner John Allen Muhammad so they can move on. Tuesday, Oct. 2, marks the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the deadly spree in the Washington area carried by Malvo and Muhammad. The pair has been linked to 27 shootings across the country, including 10 fatal attacks in the Washington area. (AP Photo/ Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)
  •  - File photo of Discovery Channel team rider Armstrong after winning his seventh Tour de France in Paris

    File photo of Discovery Channel team rider Armstrong after winning his seventh Tour de France in Paris

    Posted: 6/13/2012 7:10:15 PM EST
    Discovery Channel team rider Lance Armstrong of the U.S. stands with his hand on his heart during the playing of the anthem, after winning his seventh Tour de France in Paris in this July 24, 2005 file photo. The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has brought formal doping charges against Armstrong and he has been immediately banned from competition in triathlons as a result, the Washington Post reported on June 13, 2012. Armstrong, a seven-time Tour de France winner, denied the charges in a statement: "I have never doped, and, unlike many of my accusers, I have competed as an endurance athlete for 25 years with no spike in performance, passed more than 500 drug tests and never failed one."REUTERS/Francois Lenoir/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING DRUGS SOCIETY)
  •  - File photo of seven-time Tour de France winner Armstrong  in Cape Town

    File photo of seven-time Tour de France winner Armstrong in Cape Town

    Posted: 6/13/2012 7:06:04 PM EST
    Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong awaits the start of the 2010 Cape Argus Cycle Tour in Cape Town in this March 14, 2010 file photo. The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has brought formal doping charges against Armstrong and he has been immediately banned from competition in triathlons as a result, the Washington Post reported on June 13, 2012. Armstrong, a seven-time Tour de France winner, denied the charges in a statement: "I have never doped, and, unlike many of my accusers, I have competed as an endurance athlete for 25 years with no spike in performance, passed more than 500 drug tests and never failed one."REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/Files (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING DRUGS SOCIETY)
  •  - Police officers direct members of the media to move behind a police line outside Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Police officers direct members of the media to move behind a police line outside Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 9:31:01 AM EST
    Police officers direct members of the media to move behind a police line outside Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA HEALTH)
  •  - Security personnel stand near iron fences at an entrance to Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Security personnel stand near iron fences at an entrance to Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:51:29 AM EST
    Security personnel stand near iron fences at an entrance to Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
  •  - Security personnel and police officers stop journalists from entering Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Security personnel and police officers stop journalists from entering Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:50:06 AM EST
    Security personnel and police officers stop journalists from entering Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Security personnel stop journalists from entering Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Security personnel stop journalists from entering Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:46:48 AM EST
    Security personnel stop journalists from entering Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Security personnel stand guard at an entrance to Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to to be staying at, in Beijing

    Security personnel stand guard at an entrance to Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:44:57 AM EST
    Security personnel stand guard at an entrance to Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA MILITARY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
  •  - Police officers stand near iron fences at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Police officers stand near iron fences at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:25:23 AM EST
    Police officers stand near iron fences at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to the hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee
  •  - Police officers take away a supporter at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Police officers take away a supporter at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:25:01 AM EST
    Police officers take away a supporter (C) at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY HEALTH)
  •  - Police officers stand near iron fences at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Police officers stand near iron fences at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:24:22 AM EST
    Police officers stand near iron fences at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to the hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee
  •  - A supporter holds up a piece of paper as he is being taken away by police officers at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    A supporter holds up a piece of paper as he is being taken away by police officers at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:23:48 AM EST
    A supporter (C) holds up a piece of paper reading, "Freedom, Guangcheng, Democracy, China", as he is being taken away by police officers at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY HEALTH)
  •  - A supporter holds up a piece of paper as he is being taken away by police officers at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    A supporter holds up a piece of paper as he is being taken away by police officers at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:20:46 AM EST
    A supporter of Guangcheng holds up a piece of paper reading, "Freedom, Guangcheng, Democracy, China," outside Chaoyang Hospital.
  •  - A diplomatic vehicle drives out of an entrance to Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    A diplomatic vehicle drives out of an entrance to Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:18:52 AM EST
    A diplomatic vehicle drives out of an entrance to Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY HEALTH)
  •  - A security guard looks at a cameraman outside Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    A security guard looks at a cameraman outside Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:17:45 AM EST
    A security guard looks at a cameraman outside Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
  •  - A man walks past Chinese national flags at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    A man walks past Chinese national flags at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:16:06 AM EST
    A man walks past Chinese national flags tied to iron fences at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY HEALTH)
  •  - Police officers stand near iron fences at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Police officers stand near iron fences at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing

    Posted: 5/2/2012 8:10:12 AM EST
    Police officers stand near iron fences at Chaoyang Hospital, where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was reported to be staying at, in Beijing May 2, 2012. Chinese dissident Chen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday "of his own volition" after six days, the Foreign Ministry said, and a senior U.S. official said he planned to stay put in China. The self-taught lawyer left the embassy by car with U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, who took him to the hospital, The Washington Post said. A Post correspondent spoke briefly to Chen on the phone and said he was fine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY HEALTH)
  •  - Quinn, Bradlee, Evans and Brown attend the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner at the Washington Hilton in Washington

    Quinn, Bradlee, Evans and Brown attend the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner at the Washington Hilton in Washington

    Posted: 4/29/2012 2:01:14 AM EST
    (From L to R) Writer Sally Quinn, her husband, former Executive Editor of the Washington Post Ben Bradlee, former editor of the Sunday Times Harold Evans and his wife, Daily Beast and Newsweek Editor-in-Chief Tina Brown, attend the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner at the Washington Hilton in Washington, April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA)