Defense lawyer: Fort Hood suspect may be paralyzed

Oh really? He’s paralyzed? Wait for the sympathetic leftists to start coming out of the woodwork saying he’s in no condition to stand trial and it would be cruel and inhumane for him to receive the death penalty. He’s been charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder which also left 29 others injured. I would hate to be his defense attorney.


FORT HOOD, Texas — The attorney for the Army psychiatrist accused of killing fellow soldiers at Fort Hood says doctors have told the soldier he may be paralyzed from the waist down.

Attorney John Galligan told The Associated Press on Friday that Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan told him that he has no feeling in his legs and doctors say the condition may be permanent. Galligan says Hasan also told him he had extreme pain in his hands.

Hasan was shot by police officers responding to last week’s shootings at Fort Hood. Galligan spoke with him Thursday in the intensive care unit at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio.

Hasan has been charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder in the attack at the sprawling Texas post that also left 29 people wounded.

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2 responses to “Defense lawyer: Fort Hood suspect may be paralyzed

  1. Lauralee

    He should be charged with 14 counts of murder as one of his victims was pregnant. Personally, since he is army, I believe he should be court martialed and then lined up in front of a firing squad and executed.

  2. I agree Lauralee. It was 14, but there is not one media outlet that is reporting it that way. The way things are these days, he might get off scott-free and get his own show on MSNBC between Olbermann and Maddow.

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