Give him a fair trial.
Give him his due process rights under the Uniform Code of Military Justice..
Give him the death penalty.
Give him the needle.
KILLEEN — One of Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan's last acts of kindness was to give some of his furniture to next-door neighbor Patricia Villa. But today she'd like to forget him.
Seven months after “5-11,” as the day is called in Killeen, Hasan returns to Fort Hood for only the second time since the shooting there that killed 13 people and wounded dozens. The other time he was on the post, under heavy guard, was to meet his defense counsel.
Hasan, who will be surrounded by a security cordon early today as he enters a small, fortified post courthouse, faces the judge who oversaw the most infamous of the Abu Ghraib defendants as he starts a legal process that could end in his execution.
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