I'm back on the Great Place this morning for the eighth day of Maj. Nidal Hasan's capital murder court-martial.
Today's hearing will be dominated by more testimony from forensic pathologists who will present the autopsies of six more deceased victims. The testimony has been dry and clinical, yet still graphic. Doctors from the U.S. Air Force and Army have described the gunshot wounds that killed victims of the Fort Hood shooting with chilling precision. Their testimony has also slowed the pace of the trial, with only three witnesses testifying Wednesday. Each witness gives the foundation for prosecutors to enter scores of photos and diagrams for each victim. My coverage of Wednesday's hearing can be read here.
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