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Posted: Tuesday, December 4, 2012 4:30 am | Updated: 2:13 pm, Thu Jan 23, 2014.

A high military court has ordered the removal of the judge in accused Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan’s court-martial, stating the judge showed bias by ordering Hasan forcibly shaved.

The Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces stated in a ruling issued late Monday that Fort Hood judge Col. Gregory Gross showed an appearance of bias against Hasan in that order and repeated contempt citations.

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      4 comments:

      • Gerald posted at 8:36 pm on Tue, Dec 4, 2012.

        Gerald Posts: 22

        lets just let him go free and let the families of the dead & wounded take care of him instead o spending millions of dollars on him to give him ever thing hes wants in jail.

         
      • Gerald posted at 5:29 pm on Tue, Dec 4, 2012.

        Gerald Posts: 22

        If John Galligan wants to speak for Hasan Why don't we put him in Jail with Hasan why does he still has his big mouth open as his former counsel. seems to me he wants Hasan to get off & file a law sue again the government

         
      • Laura posted at 3:54 pm on Tue, Dec 4, 2012.

        Laura Posts: 3

        this is sad that our military is dragging this case that clearly appoints the Criminal. This shows how backwards is the law. The American Soldier that went into the village in Afghanistan and 'killed" some civilians, the U.S didn't WASTED no time to found him Guilty and now he is serving Life in Prison. And this American Soldier, a Middle East descendant, still Alive after years and years of Murdering 13 U.S Army members, knowingly 'Reloading' to complete his Masacre. This government Needs to Stop all this B.S. On the United States Constitution states that "any Traitor(Hasan)to his country( the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) is Punishable by DEATH." Major Hasan Still a MEMBER OF THE U.S. ARMY, he is a Government Property, and he is Out of Uniform, wearing that beard. He was Cleaned Shaved when he killed his fellow Soldiers and now he is looking for sympathy, appealing to all Muslims. Mr. President; Please bring Justice now. How many more TERRORISTS DO WE HAVE TO LET GO FREE?

         
      • Mamma Griz posted at 3:11 pm on Tue, Dec 4, 2012.

        Mamma Griz Posts: 217

        So the military high court is thumbing its nose at military regulations? This never should have .happened. Oh boy, if they can do it why can't anybody? Tho I wouldn't advise it of anybody-- but this nut is a little tin god on wheels and has the high court kissing his whatever.

        The one attorney for the defendent said that "This never should have happened". True-- this nutcase murdered a bunch of people so why is he still alive? He's nothing but a terrorist, and a worthless nutcase at that.

        Oh well, what do I expect of today's military! What was wrong with the military of my dad's day?