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Prosecutors in Alabama plan to charge Beltway Sniper suspects John Allen Muhammad and John Lee Malvo with capital murder, and they intend to ask for the death penalty.

Muhammad, 41, and his 17-year-old sidekick will be charged with killing a woman in a Montgomery, Ala., liquor store on Sept. 21, Police Chief John Wilson said Friday.

An officer who saw the shooting suspect "made no hesitation whatsoever" when presented with a photo of Muhammad as part of a photo lineup, Wilson said. Authorities had said earlier that Malvo's fingerprints were found at the scene.

Liquor store worker Claudine Parker, 52, was killed in the holdup, and another woman was wounded.

"We intend to aggressively pursue the death penalty in our case," Wilson said. "We want to send a very strong message to not only this community and this state but the country that this is not the kind of conduct, this is not what we expect of civilized society.

"We're going to make an example of somebody." On the Record will Break down the case and give you a look at what these two could be facing…

And...Columnist Michelle Malkin will reveal some shocking details about the sniper case Is it possible that the INS had one of these suspects in custody but then let one them go?

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.