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Trial of Fort Hood shooter proves complex
Even though Major Nidal Hasan has admitted to carrying out the 2009 Fort Hood shooting, he was prohibited from pleading guilty because authorities are seeking the death penalty, something the military’s justice system is unfamiliar with at the moment. Coast Guard Academy Professor Captain Glenn Sulmasy joins NewsNation to break down the rules making this case complex.
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