Thursday, July 21, 2011

A letter to Hasan

Dear Nidal,

Okay, fire your attorney on the eve of your trial.

See if I care.

You're guilty and will be found guilty in my opinion.

I think you'll be put to death for this as well.

As well you should.

Best wishes in Hell,

Man o' Law

Hasan's top lawyer off defense team
A trio of military lawyers will represent the Fort Hood suspect.
By Sig Chrtistenson - Express-News

FORT HOOD — Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, the Army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 people in a Fort Hood rampage nearly two years ago, told a judge Wednesday he wasn't ready to make a plea.

But Hasan, who was arraigned Wednesday, told the judge in a 14-minute hearing that he had released his lead counsel, retired Army Col. John Galligan. Hasan didn't explain his decision.

“Is that a voluntary act on your part?” the judge, Col. Gregory Gross, asked Hasan.