FORT HOOD — Maj. Nidal Hasan’s attorneys are refusing to help the accused Fort Hood shooter, and said pursuing his “defense of others” strategy would cross an ethical line.
His military-appointed counsel, who have been relegated to an advisory role since Hasan took over his case, said they may ask to withdraw from the case if ordered to help Hasan broadly prepare a defense they disagree with.
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