A military jury has recommended the death penalty for terrorist and Ft. Hood shooter Nidal Hasan for the 2009 massacre at Ft Hood that left 13 people dead and 32 others wounded. The judge accepted the verdict; the matter now goes to the “convening authority.” The only problem is, that it won’t be immediate.As for being a martyr, hardly …
“He will never be a martyr, because he has nothing to give,” Col. Michael Mulligan said in an even voice. “He is a criminal, a cold-blooded murderer. He is not giving his life; we are taking his life.”
“You should not punish him for his religion, you should punish him for his crimes,” he added.
A military jury on Wednesday recommended the death penalty for convicted Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan, for the 2009 massacre on post that left 13 people dead and 32 others wounded.
The 13-member panel spent less than two hours deliberating privately, and the president — or forewoman– announced the finding in open court with a clear voice, that Hasan “be put to death.”
The convicted killer said nothing as the decision was announced, and had appeared emotionless earlier in the morning when dramatic closing arguments in the sentencing phase were held without his participation.
Terrorist Nidal Hasan Convicted Unanimously on all 13 counts of Murder & 32 Counts of Attempted Murder in the Fort Hood Shooting Rampage
Nidal Hassan guilty on all counts!!!
A military jury convicted the Army psychiatrist Maj. Nidal Hasan of 13 counts of murder and 32 counts of attempted murder in the Ft. Hood terrorist shooting rampage that took place November 5, 2009. The jurors deliberated less than seven hours over two days before unanimously finding Hasan guilty of the premeditated murder counts. Hasan now faces the possibility of the death penalty as punishment for his crimes. Hassan represented himself and basically did not put on any real defense during the trial and provided no closing argument. This was a terrorist act from the outset; however, the Obama administration has categorized it as work place violence. Yea, right.
The question that needs to be asked is not whether Hassan is guilty or whether he should burn in hell, but instead, how in the world was this guy allowed to be a psychiatrist in the US Army? Just another example of political correctness kills.
A military jury on Friday convicted Army Maj. Nidal Hasan of 13 counts of murder and 32 counts of attempted murder in a shooting rampage at Fort Hood, Texas, making it possible for the death penalty to be considered as a punishment.
The jurors deliberated less than seven hours over two days before finding Hasan guilty on all charges in connection with the November 5, 2009, shootings at a deployment process center.
The Army psychiatrist admitted to targeting soldiers he was set to deploy with to Afghanistan, saying previously he wanted to protect the Taliban and its leaders from the U.S. military.
Under the rules of a military court-martial, the jury must return a unanimous verdict of premeditated murder for the death penalty to be considered as a punishment option. The jury is not required to tell the court whether they reached a unanimous verdict on the attempted murder charges.
As the Jawa Report asks, can we execute Hassan now? Lets not keep Lucifer waiting.
The case of Muslim terrorist Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan’s and the Ft. Hood shooting murders is yet just another example that “PC” kills.
President Barack Obama initially stated, ”As some of you might have heard there has been a tragic shooting at the Fort Hood Army Base in Texas.” It turns out that the real tragedy is that it could have been prevented. Ultimately, the real tragedy is the PC nonsense continues as we bend over backwards not to offend an obvious Muslim terrorist, while we pat down old ladies, molest children and humiliate cancer victims at airports.
Remember when we were told by President Barack Obama that the Fort Hood shooting was an “incomprehensible” act? It turns out that it was not all that incomprehensible, as a matter of fact, it could have been prevented. What should we expect from a president who could not even call the shootings an act of terrorism when it was obvious to all, that is exactly what it was.
According to a US Senate panel on the Fort Hood shooting, the killings could have been prevented. The DOD possessed compelling evidence that Army Major Nidal Malik Hasanembraced radical Islamic views so extreme that it should have disciplined him or discharged him from the military. But, because of political correctness and the fear that how dare we discharge a Muslim from the US military … the Department of Defense failed to take action against him. UNREAL.
From ABC News:
A new Senate report on the 2009 Fort Hood shooting blames the FBI and Department of Defense for failing to recognize or act on alleged shooter Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan’s extremist views.