Month: June 2012

Ft Hood PAO Finally Announces The Hasan Pretrial Hearing

Ft Hood PAO Finally Announces The Hasan Pretrial Hearing

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: June 6, 2012 11:54:49 AM CDT Military judge schedules next pre-trial hearing for Major Hasan case FORT HOOD, Texas — The military judge in the case of United States vs. Maj. Nidal M. Hasan has scheduled a half-day administrative hearing at 10 a.m. June 8 in the Lawrence J. Williams Judicial…

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Drone Happy President . . . .

Drone Happy President . . . .

The quickening pace of the U.S. drone campaign in Yemen this year has raised new questions about who is being targeted and why. A review of strikes there so far suggests that the Obama administration has embraced a broader definition of what constitutes a terrorism threat that warrants a lethal response. For more info: click here…

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Mitt Romney On The Death Penalty – Just Mumbo Jumbo????

Mitt Romney On The Death Penalty – Just Mumbo Jumbo????

“From my perspective, there are two main camps when it comes to the death penalty. On one side, there are some people who believe there are certain crimes that are so offensive… so reprehensible…. so far beyond the bounds of civilized society that they demand the ultimate punishment. In the other camp are well-meaning people…

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A Must Read For Those Who Think The Death Penalty Brings Closure

A Must Read For Those Who Think The Death Penalty Brings Closure

On April 19, 1995, Timothy McVeigh detonated a two-ton truck bomb that felled the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people. On June 11, 2001, an unprecedented 242 witnesses watched him die by lethal injection. In the aftermath of the bombings, American public commentary almost immediately turned to “closure” rhetoric, speculating…

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Anybody Know The Status Of the Loving Case???

Anybody Know The Status Of the Loving Case???

Loving, a former Army private first class at Fort Hood, Texas, was convicted in 1989 of two counts of premeditated murder, two counts of robbery and other felonies. Loving was charged with murdering two taxicab drivers. One of the taxi drivers was Private Christopher Fay, an active duty Army solider stationed at Fort Hood. The…

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