The muslim fuckstick who killed 13 Soldiers at Ft. Hood is attending a military hearing to determine his capacity to stand trial. Here is some of the testimony:
October 14, 2010
Testimony began Wednesday morning in the Article 32 Hearing against Maj. Nidal Hasan after Investigating Officer Col. James Pohl denied a defense request to delay the hearing until Nov. 8.
Hasan, an Army psychiatrist, has been charged with 13 specifications of premeditated murder and 32 specifications of attempted premeditated murder in the Nov. 5 shooting at Fort Hood.
A noncommissioned officer and two civilians who were working in the Medical building of the Soldier Readiness Processing Center on Nov. 5 and were present during the shooting testified during the morning session.
Sergeant Alonzo Lunsford, a combat medic, worked as a healthcare specialist in the SRP Center since he was assigned to Fort Hood in February 2009 on mobilization orders. During his assignment, Lunsford also performed staff duty at Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center.
Michelle Harper followed Lunsford to the witness stand.
Harper had worked at the SRP for six years where she drew blood. She was working there on Nov. 5.
The third witness was Latoya Williams, a data entry clerk who has worked under CRDAMC since 2008. She has been assigned to the SRP since late 2008.
Testimony by witnesses for the prosecution is scheduled to continue through Oct. 29.
The hearing was to have begun Tuesday, but after a two-and-a-half hour delay, Investigating Officer Col. James Pohl granted a defense request for a continuance until Wednesday.
Hasan has been in pre-trial confinement since Nov. 20, when ordered by his command. Military accused who are ordered into pre-trial confinement for court-martial offenses do not have the right to post bail.
A military court has heard how a civilian nurse and two Soldiers barricaded themselves inside her office at the Fort Hood medical center as a gunman shot dozens of Army personnel in the same building.
In a tape of a 911 call played at the Article 32 hearing Tuesday, muffled gunfire and screams can be heard as Regina Huseman describes to the operator how the gunman walked around the building and fired on soldiers preparing to deploy.
The hearing will determine if Army psychiatrist Maj. Nidal Hasan should stand trial on 13 counts of premeditated murder and 32 counts of attempted premeditated murder in the Nov. 5 attack, the worst mass shooting at an American military base.
Hasan, an American-born Muslim, is paralyzed from the waist down from police gunfire that ended the onslaught.
……On the floor and seriously wounded, Lt. Col. Juanita Warman was acutely aware that she could die following a gunman’s rampage at Fort Hood.
“She said she’d been shot in the abdomen and was bleeding,” Spc. Dayna Roscoe recalled Monday at a military court hearing. “She wanted someone to tell her family that she loved them and that she wasn’t going to make it.”
FORT HOOD, Texas — The opening day of testimony in the pretrial hearing for Maj. Nidal Hasan was emotional and detailed, with many of the wounded speaking about the shooting publicly for the first time.
One Soldier who had been shot five times intensely stared down Hasan, locking eyes with him repeatedly. A medical technician broke down when her 911 call was played and had to leave the courtroom. Another Soldier talked about having PTSD and needing anger management courses.
Here are some of the quotes that stuck with me throughout the day:
Hasan had “a piercing gaze with eyes.”
— Pfc. George Stratton, who was shot in the shoulder
“I heard ‘Allahu Akbar,’ looked over my shoulder and there was the major with a weapon.”
— Spc. James Armstrong, who was shot in the leg and back
“We looked eye to eye and he just shot me.”
— Retired Staff Sgt. Alvin Howard, who was shot in the shoulder
“I noticed the weapon he was firing had an infrared beam, like a laser site on the weapon.”
— Sgt. Alonzo Lunsford, who was shot five times
“He went down to the area where Soldiers are sitting, where Soldiers are scrambling trying to find some kind of cover.”
— Lunsford, about who Hasan targeted first
“I heard loud gunfire right in my ears. It was just round after round. Pop, pop, pop, pop.”
“He looked at me and I looked at him. He raised the weapon and pointed at me, and the laser came across my line of sight. I closed my eyes.”
— Lunsford said about right before he was shot in the head.
“He’s one of ours! He’s one of ours!”
— Lunsford said a lieutenant helping him screamed about Hasan
“The worst horror movie you could possibly ever see. Bloody hand prints on the walls from people trying to get up. Pools of blood on the floor.”
— Armstrong said about the scene in the building after the shooting
Hasan is the reason why PC crap over muslims in the military, is suicidal. He doesn’t deserve a trial. Wheel his ass out to a firing range, and pump him full of rounds.