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Victims and relatives are expressing outrage over what they says is the army’s accommodation of Major Nidal Hasan, who on Tuesday admitted to killing 13 people in a shooting spree at Fort Hood in 2009. They say thousands of taxpayer dollars are being spent on his transportation and security while the victims are not eligible to receive military combat benefits. Howard Berry’s son survived the shooting but suffered years of post-traumatic stress before dying in February. Berry and NBC’s Scott Friedman discuss Hasan's trial with MSNBC’s Tamron Hall.Aug.07.2013