Approaching the third anniversary of the Nov. 5 Fort Hood shooting, alleged shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan has managed to delay his court-martial indefinitely.
Government-appointed attorneys for the 42-year-old Army psychiatrist argued repeatedly that they had been inundated with thousands of documents of evidence that had not been fully reviewed, and military judge Col. Gregory Gross allowed Hasan’s counsel more time. But eventually, Gross set Aug. 20 as the firm date for Hasan’s trial to begin.
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