I have the life saving answer for the defense of Major Nidal Hasan, the accused Ft. Hood shooter. This is the Army psychiatrist who killed 13 people and wounded 12 others in 2009. He was shot and paralyzed during the shooting spree and is now in a plush Bell County jail at great expense to the taxpayers. The investigation of the shooting has taken months, but yesterday the Commanding General of Fort Hood said that Hasan will stand trial with the possibility of the death penalty if found guilty. Hasan’s present attorney is a master of delays and obstacles, so the trial may not get underway for several more months.
The press continues to refer to Hasan as the suspect for the killings or the alleged killer. Sometimes they call him the accused. How many more witnesses do we need to say he is the cold-blooded killer? If we wait long enough for the trial everyone involved will either be dead or forgotten. Maybe this tactic is what his defense attorney has in mind. Just continue to postpone and everything will be forgotten.
My suggestion for getting Hasan acquitted is to hire the attorneys for Casey Anthony. They are certain to get him off the hook. Anthony’s attorneys would not only get him acquitted but the Army would probably give him an honorable discharge and some sort of medal. It’s probably better that he be acquitted anyway, otherwise he will be considered a martyr by the Muslim community. After his acquittal he would be eligible for full time disability since he is paralyzed. What a deal criminals have these days. Justice is truly blind
Anyway, one sensational trial ever few decades is all we can handle. Casey Anthony is enough for awhile. Hasan’s trial can be postponed for several more years if he isn’t lucky enough to get the Anthony lawyers.
Justice is truly blind, deaf and mute. I like Mark Twain’s remarks about justice. “The rain falls upon the just and the unjust alike; a thing which would not happen if I superintended the rain’s affairs. No, I would rain softly and sweetly on the just, but if I caught a sample of the unjust outdoors I would drown him.”