Fort Hood shooting suspect, Nidal Hasan, to face death penalty and be tried in military court

Nidal Hasan, the suspected Fort Hood shooter, is expected to face the death penalty, a general announced Wednesday.

Nidal Hasan, the suspected Fort Hood shooter, is expected to face the death penalty, a general announced Wednesday.
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Nidal Hasan, the suspected Fort Hood shooter, is expected to face the death penalty, a general announced Wednesday.
Fort Hood shooting suspect to face death penalty and be tried in military court 06 Jul 2011 The Army psychiatrist charged in the horrific Fort Hood rampage will have a military trial and face the death penalty, a U.S. Army general announced Wednesday. Nidal Hasan is charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder and 32 counts of attempted premeditated murder in the November 2009 attack at the massive Texas base. Hasan is now expected to enter a plea -- and a military judge will schedule court martial proceedings.
What Really Happened
Posted on Nov 07, 2009 at 08:42
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'Two US privates John Smith and John Henry had been seeing a military psychiatrist major Hasan at Fort hood for a few weeks. Both privates said they were completely against the war of oppression in the middle east and would refuse to report for active duty if ordered to do so.
So the army put them both in therapy with Dr. Hasan. After more than five weeks of therapy both Christian privates were called to go to Afghanistan. Both privates warned they would not go and they would defend themselves with force if the army tried to force them to fight in a war they believed was morally wrong.
Yesterday fellow soldiers tried to surprize the two consciencious objectors but the privates were prepared and killed 12 soldiers who tried to force their way into the privates' barracks at Fort Hood.
During the mele their psychiatrist major Hasan, tried to talk the two privates into surrendering but he was shot twice.
Finally both privates were overcome and killed. Their psychiatrist major Hasan is in hospital recovering.'
Officials of the military have spun the story to make it seem the privates' doctor (who has a muslim sounding name) was the perpetraitor so that the public does not understand just how much resistance there is to the middle east war in the military rank and file.

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