Skip to comments.Ft. Hood Jihadist Was Trying to Get U.S. Soldiers Arrested For War Crimes
Posted on 11/16/2009 2:23:50 PM PST by Shellybenoit
Despite the rash of information connecting Fort Hood Jihadist Nidal Malik Hasan to terrorist entities, our POTUS and the mainstream media still refuse to call the shooting and act of Islamist Terror.
Their version of the story is, he was upset at the pressures of being an Army Psychiatrist and the prospect of being sent overseas to fight against other Muslims. He faced horrible discrimination from other soldiers, Major Hasan asked the Army to let him out of his service as a conscientious objector. When the Army said no, he snapped, went crazy and started killing.
Of Course the record shows that he never asked to be let out of the Army and every day there is a new revelation about his terrorist connections.
Today's Red Flag is Hasan was trying to get the army to arrest soldiers he claimed committed war crimes in Iraq and/or Afghanistan, and it might have been his superiors refusal to listen to his claims that drove him over the edge:
(Excerpt) Read more at yidwithlid.blogspot.com ...
Total and utter BS. Since when does the army send a psychiatrist to fight anyone?
“He faced horrible discrimination from other soldiers,”
Yeah, how dare they keep him from fulfilling his jihadi duties.
Just bury him with a pig and be done with it already.
His supervisor in the Department of Psychiatry... told investigators that Hasan raised similar issues with her...
... Hasan had formally contacted military prosecutors to report patients he was evaluating, according to people briefed on the exchange. She said Hasan signed his e-mails with "Praise Be to Allah." Legal analysts say psychiatrists are strictly bound by the rules of patient confidentiality except in cases where they might become aware of crimes about to be committed.
This all getting mighty creepy
That range is where I took my CHL shooting test. It's not the nicest range around, but it's also not super busy, and is less formal than some ranges. When I read a day or too after the shooting a report that Hasan was a regular at a local range, I figured it was Stan's. Sometimes you hate to be right about these things. (My instructor was from the Austin area, not quite so local, but they use Stan's for the shooting part of their class. She is the wife of a former Marine, who also teaches the class, sometimes right on Ft. Hood).
I was called for jury duty for today. I spoke briefly with someone involved in the wounded warrior program, who had just dropped off some soldiers in that program at the Soldier Processing Center, and was in the parking lot when the Mad Muzzi started shooting. He was there for hours, around 7 of them, while the area was locked down. Also today I met a lady who was at the Killeen Luby's when that killing spree occurred. She said the Ft. Hood shooting was a kick in the gut for her, and she was on the verge of tears as she said it.
Just last Thursday, I ate in the Chinese restaurant that now occuppies the building that was the Luby's. (That can be creepy too, but the food is good and fairly cheap).
Alleged suspect? That seems to be taking the legl presumption of innocence a bit far. It's also illogical. He has been charged, so he definitely was a suspect, now he's the accussed. She could have said "alleged shooter", although again, "accused killer" would have been more accurate, and would have still maintained the legal presumption.
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