Attorneys for Maj. Nidal Hasan have largely cited the First Amendment in their argument to prevent the accused Fort Hood shooter from being forcibly shaved.
But a previous Supreme Court ruling appears to trump the contention of Hasan’s defense team that military regulations infringe on his freedom of religion.
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