The infamous Washington, D.C. snipers, John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo, are getting too much media attention, according to one of their alleged Montgomery victims. So she decided to speak out on the Internet.
Kellie Adams was working at the ABC liquor store on Zelda Road in 2002 when she and co-worker Claudine Parker were shot. Parker was killed. Adams survived, but faced years of surgeries.
After watching a national news broadcast, which she felt glorified Muhammad, Adams decided to post a short video presentation Sunday on the You Tube web site.
Out of fairness, WSFA 12 News tried to contact Kellie for a story last week, but was unsuccessful.
Muhammad and Malvo were sentenced to life in prison for six shootings in Virginia. They are believed to be responsible for a total of ten deaths.