The Defense Department’s refusal to label the Nov. 5, 2009, Fort Hood shooting a terrorist attack has led to a giant legal suit that could cost the U.S. Army and FBI hundreds of millions of dollars.
On the third anniversary of the mass shooting, 125 plaintiffs filed a sweeping lawsuit against the Army, FBI and Defense Department seeking financial compensation for the alleged negligence that paved the way for the shooting to take place.
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