Ft. Hood shooting suspect rails at U.S. in statement to Fox News

Los Angeles Times - Richard Rosen, a retired colonel and law professor at Texas Tech University School of Law, said the statement was unlikely to help Hasan and could hurt his case.

Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, the former Army psychiatrist on trial in the 2009 shooting rampage at Ft. Hood, Texas, on Saturday accused the United States of being at war with Islam, outlining his complaints in an statement he sent to Fox News.

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Richard Rosen, a retired colonel and law professor at Texas Tech University School of Law, said the statement was unlikely to help Hasan and could hurt his case.

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