Maj. Nidal Hasan’s death sentence, handed down by a military jury Wednesday, is the type of rare death sentence for a mass murder that approaches some of the most notorious crimes in history.
The nature of the crime matched the treasonous motivations seen in crimes such as the Oklahoma City bombing. And in that case, the chief perpetrator, Timothy McVeigh, was handed a relatively swift execution, put to death four years after his conviction.
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