A memorial honoring the victims of the Nov. 5, 2009, shooting at Fort Hood is scheduled to be completed by the beginning of 2016.
U.S. lawmakers’ efforts to award Purple Hearts to the victims and survivors of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting could be used as a defense for the perpetrator.
FORT HOOD — The former Army psychiatrist sentenced to death for a 2009 shooting on post is slated to appear before a military judge later this month in Kansas.
The committee charged with raising funds for the Nov. 5, 2009, Fort Hood Shooting Memorial is less than $50,000 away from its goal.
Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan wrote a letter to the Islamic State terror group’s leader, asking to be admitted as a “citizen” of the caliphate.
On Aug. 23, 2013, a military jury of 11 officers convicted former Army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan of 13 counts of premeditated murder in connection with a horrific shooting at Fort Hood in November 2009.
FORT HOOD — A jury Wednesday condemned Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan in the Nov. 5, 2009, shooting rampage at Fort Hood that killed 12 soldiers, one civilian, wounded dozens and shattered the lives of countless families.
FORT HOOD — The accused Fort Hood shooter will have his chance today to mount a defense to the abundance of evidence against him presented during the last 11 days of his court-martial.
FORT HOOD — The jury that will decide the fate of Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, accused of gunning down fellow soldiers at this central Texas military base, is an elite group of Army officers operating under a military legal system that must strike a delicate balance.
FORT HOOD — After nearly four years, a small Fort Hood courtroom about two miles from the site of the worst mass shooting on a military base in U.S. history will hold the trial of the Army major accused of carrying it out.
With trial set to begin Wednesday for the man accused of killing 13 and wounding dozens at Fort Hood in 2009, many victims are preparing for the possibility that they may be confronted by their alleged attacker face to face.
Organizers have raised approximately one-third of the funds needed for the Nov. 5 Memorial pavilion planned to be built next to the Killeen Civic and Conference Center.