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Fort Hood Shooter Declines to Call Witnesses, Rests Case

Voice of Russia

In a court martial which has captured attention both nationally and internationally, the Army psychiatrist is defending himself against charges that he killed 13 people in a rampage in 2009.

Hasan has admitted to being the shooter but says he undertook his actions for political reasons.

For insights, VOR host Rob Sachs turned to a lawyer with extensive experience in military trials, Greg T. Rinckey, Managing Partner for Tully Rinckey PLLC.


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