It is day 10 of the military trial of Maj. Nidal Hasan, the accused Fort Hood shooter.
At stake today is whether the prosecution will be allowed to put on evidence they say shows Hasan's gradual movement from a personal religious conflict with the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to Islamic extremism they say fueled his desire to attack soldiers. I discuss much of the evidence government prosecutors hope to present in this article, which also spotlights a letter Hasan sent to the Herald explaining his motives in the attack. "I was defending my religion," he stated plainly.
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