• December 20, 2014

Former Fort Hood soldier pleads guilty to Denny’s murder

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2 comments:

  • Bubba posted at 8:34 am on Wed, Jul 31, 2013.

    Bubba Posts: 756

    Because military law has processes that cannot be shortcut, and this would include preparing for a trial in which every single specification of every charge must be absolutely proven by the prosecution.

    In this case, it took the state 2 years to bring this perpetrator to trial, even with all the witnesses.

     
  • Cruff posted at 8:42 pm on Tue, Jul 30, 2013.

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    Did not take long for this man to be discharged and have a reduction in rank. So why so long for Hasan? Does not make much sense to me. And more people have I.D. Hasan as shooter than this man