Philip Jankowski (@KDHcrime) August 26, 2013
As a matter of fact, we were wondering if Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan, convicted Friday on 13 counts of murder and 32 counts of attempted murder, is still drawing a paycheck from the U.S. Army. Hasan’s punishment, possibly death, has yet to be determined, as today’s sentencing hearing was cut short due to “logistics issues,” but not before a dozen witnesses recounted the damage Hasan had done to their lives.
The sentencing phase continues tomorrow morning, and Americans are split on whether Hasan should receive the death penalty or be kept alive simply to deny him the status of “martyr” he seems to be seeking.
Since Nidal Hasan is guilty, divvy all the $ he was paid during trial between the victim's families. That kind of wealth redist I'm ok with.—
JAIGuy (@J_A_I_Guy) August 23, 2013
Nadal Hasan shouldn't be allowed to become a martyr. They should force him listen to Obama speeches endlessly while pumping in bacon smells.—
Jim Proffitt (@ProffDaddy) August 23, 2013
Don't fall for the psychological BS Hasan is trying, martyr his arse!—
(@Sierrabovid) August 26, 2013