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Hasan Sought 'War Crimes' Prosecution of U.S. Soldiers

Major Nidal Malik Hasan's military superiors repeatedly ignored or rebuffed his efforts to open criminal prosecutions of soldiers he claimed had confessed to "war crimes" during psychiatric counseling, according to investigative reports circulated among federal law enforcement officials.

FBI says Maj. Hasan grew frustrated over his belief of Army harboring criminals.

More PhotosOn Nov. 4, the day after his last attempt to raise the issue, he took extra target practice at Stan's shooting range in nearby Florence, Texas and then closed a safe deposit box he had at a Bank of America branch in Killeen, according to the reports. A bank employee told investigators Hasan appeared nervous and said, "You'll never see me again."

Diane Wagner, Bank of America's senior vice president of media relations, said that her company does not "comment or discuss customer relationships" but is "cooperating fully with law enforcement officials."

Investigators believe Hasan's frustration over the failure of the Army to pursue what he regarded as criminal acts by U.S. soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan may have helped to trigger the shootings.

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Oh, so he was a 'good' false flag, CIA asset, terrorist?

I'm confused.

Well anyway when are the Steeler's playing again?
I need to get another keg.

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Is part of this being made up...

...in response to people's questions about his ability to fire so many rounds and hit so many people?

This story seems suspiciously tailor-made with regard to that.

"Employees at the shooting range where Hasan practiced just two days before the massacre told investigators that Hasan purchased ten separate targets and fired more than 200 rounds with his newly purchased semi-automatic pistol.

After buying the gun in August from a Killeen store called Guns Galore, Hasan later returned to purchase 13 separate ammunition magazines capable of holding up to 30 bullets each.

Store employees told investigators that they became suspicious of Hasan's purchase of so many extra ammunition magazines. The employees said Hasan claimed he needed the extra magazines so he would not have to reload when he fired at the practice range."

It seems that if he was someone who might have wanted to act out regarding the war crimes confessions, it would have been worthy of printing earlier...before people expressed doubt in the official story because of the question of how he could fire so many rounds so freely.

This story is obviously aimed at people who have that question.

If this guy was itching to spill the beans about war crimes information he was receiving, could he have been killed because he was seen as a potential problem? ...a potential ~whistleblower~?

Funny. They didn't mention the asbestos gloves he would have

been wearing to keep from burning his hands....200 rounds. Puleeze!

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Ha. Good point, Daddy WarBucks.

I'm not experienced with a gun, so I didn't even think about something like that.

I wonder

if his intended targets were any of the patients that confessed to him or if it was just crazy random shooting? They need to check patient records against victims. I'm sure they won't though.

Thank you for posting

this story! I had posted it several hours ago but it and several others are still in que for moderation!

Looks like he decided in his own twisted way to conduct his own justice from the war crimes that were confessed to him as a psychiatrist. I also believe that he was being ridiculed for wanting out of the service as well as being Muslim. 5 of the ones he killed were from his own unit. I think he was unbalanced and in a very dangerous state of mind and they just pushed him right over the edge.

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

who knows the truth? I wish I did . . .

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

I remember clearly the assassination of JFK--

and when I finally began reading the 'truth'--

I wanted to cry . . .

and cry--and be angry and make someone have to stand trial for all of it--

(including Bush, Senior)--

but, of course, by then LBJ was gone, and Bush was in 'retirement'--

SO frustrating--

as if I could do anything anyway--

so, *we* will learn the truth of this after I am dead, perhaps?

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--