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Sniper Since the beginning of October until the end of October a sniper has been going wild in the Washington area killing innocent and unsuspecting people This man or now as we know men were very smart or perhaps clever is a better word They did a very good job on not getting caught until the end when they became careless Sadly enough it has caused many families lots of grief including the snipers families The sniper of the Washington area committed criminal acts since the beginning of October and now it is over thankfully before anymore people were killed On October 4 2002 in Silver Springs Maryland the law enforcement agents went on the search for a sniper who the police believe to have randomly chose 5 people to kill Each person killed with a single shot The victims were a taxi driver at a gas station a landscaper mowing the lawn a woman at a post office another woman who was vacuuming out her vehicle and the last was in a parking lot On Friday Police Chief Charles Moose said Theres still no information to lead us to think our victims are associated they dont appear to be anyones enemies just random targets About 745 on Thursday morning James L Buchanan 39 of Arlington Virginia was the first one of the victims He was cutting grass at a car dealership in the White Flint area The next victim was 815 am on the same morning About a half-hour later Sarah Ramos was killed The killings brought the number of homicide to 25 this year in the Montgomery County The last time as many people were killed in one day in the county was in July 1995 when a handymans assistant killed podiatrist David Marc Goff his three daughters and a contractor at Goffs home in Potomac On October 6 2002 a 43 year old woman was shot in the back
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