Month: December 2015

Catherine Herridge Article on Injury Status

Catherine Herridge Article on Injury Status

Fort Hood victim still waiting for injuries to be called ‘combat-related,’ despite Army pledge Six years after the Fort Hood massacre killed 13 and injured more than 30 others, at least one of the survivors says he is still fighting to have his gunshot wounds officially classified as “combat-related injuries,” despite a pledge from the…

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Articles in The New York Times

Articles in The New York Times

News about Nidal Malik Hasan, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times. How They Got Their Guns Criminal histories and documented mental health problems did not prevent at least eight of the gunmen in 15 recent mass shootings from obtaining their weapons. By LARRY BUCHANAN, JOSH KELLER, RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr.…

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Time Line In Hasan Case

Time Line In Hasan Case

Nov. 12, 2009 — Initial Charges Filed. The initial charge filed against Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan alleged 13 specifications of premeditated murder, in violation of Article 118, Uniform Code of Military Justice. These are allegations and the accused is considered innocent until and unless proven guilty. The victims in these specifications are all Soldiers, with…

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Billingsley Compares Hasan And Other Cases

Billingsley Compares Hasan And Other Cases

Terrorism on American Soil Is Finally Called Terrorism How our heroes at home have been denied recognition. December 21, 2015 Lloyd Billingsley 45 76556 When Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik murdered 14 people in San Bernardino on December 2, the first response of the White House was to invoke “workplace violence.”  Two days later, against…

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