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May 6, 2012
Justice for the victims of Maj. Hasan?
One thousand and fourteen days. One hundred and forty-five weeks. That how long the thirteen families who lost their sons, husbands and fathers will have waited until the court-martial of Maj. Nidal Hasan begins in late August. And that date could be extended once again, perhaps until after the election in November. Where is the timely justice for these families? How many of the families have called the White House and asked when will they receive closure? From the Killeen Daily Herald - kdhnews.com from April 24th, 2012, by Phillip Jankowski, we read: FORT HOOD - A military judge delayed the court-martial of Maj. Nidal Hasan for the second time, pushing it back more than two months. The accused Fort Hood shooter's trial was set to start in mid-June, but his military-appointed attorneys last week sought a continuance until October. The presiding judge Col. Gregory Gross partially granted the defense request April 18, setting an Aug. 20 start date for seating the...(Read Full Post)