FORT HOOD — The ongoing process of selecting a jury for Maj. Nidal Hasan took a turn Monday, with the presiding judge asking the majority of questions to probe potential jurors’ opinions of the death penalty.
Monday marked the third day of jury selection for Hasan’s upcoming capital murder trial, which is set for Aug. 6. The Army psychiatrist could face the death penalty if convicted of 45 charges stemming from the Nov. 5, 2009, mass shooting at Fort Hood.
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