Notably absent from the FBI report is any reference that Anwar al-Awlaqi had been an invited guest speaker at a DOD-sponsored luncheon at the Pentagon.
Nidal Malik Hasan’s transformation into a killer underscores the dilemma confronting the FBI. Hasan was a licensed psychiatrist and a U.S. Army Major with fifteen years of military service. He was a member of two professional communities – mental health and defense – whose missions include protection against violence. He worked at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and other facilities in close and constant contact with other U.S. military personnel including fellow psychiatrists. He was a religious person. He had no known foreign travel. Other than his eighteen communications with Anwar al-Aulaqi, he had no known contact and no known relationships with criminal elements, agents of foreign powers, or potential terrorist.
For the entire redacted report – http://www.fbi.gov/news/pressrel/press-releases/final-report-of-the-william-h.-webster-commission