Monday, July 8, 2013

Hasan's Workplace Violence



Major Nidal Malik Hasan

As of today, we have PFC Manning on trial, we have an international manhunt for Mr Snowden, a minute-by-minute account of Mr Zimmerman's trial in Florida, and the execution of a friend of the Boston Bomber by FBI agents and police.

  
al-Awlaki:  Recruited terrorists for al-Qaeda
The NSA and FBI, ever on the alert for terrorists in the US, captured Hasan's communications with the late Imam Anwar al-Awlaki, a recruiter of terrorist candidates for al Qaeda and designated as the "bin Laden of the Internet"; he was judged to be
"not a threat" by the FBI.

Well, at least not a threat until he arrived at Fort Hood, Texas and shot 45 people; so, the FBI was almost right.

But, nary a word about Major Nidal Malik Hussein, incarcerated in Fort Hood, drawing full pay [$278,000] since he shot 45 unarmed people - killing 13. 

It's been nearly 4 years since he pulled the trigger on all those people, and he's being handled with kid gloves lest we offend his followers.



The crime he is charged with?
Workplace Violence.

Since the shooting, neither the FBI nor Army Intelligence have determined that Hasan is linked to any terrorist group.  We suggest they check the NSA files for all his communications over the past 10 years; supposedly, NSA collected all that data precisely to track down terrorists such as Major Hasan -- but, he's not officially a terrorist; it was merely an act of Workplace Violence.

Genuflecting before his lord and master
It appears Mr Obama has pulled out all the stops to protect this terrorist.

There have been repeated delays in even selecting the jury, which was supposed to have been completed in May.

So, where's the Media coverage?

Where's the outrage?

Where are the talking heads?

Where's the JUSTICE!