September 3, 2013
Before Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan represented himself at his court-martial this month, charged with carrying out the bloody rampage at Fort Hood, many wondered: What would he say?
“To have this happen in a major, capital case is highly unusual. I’ve never seen anything quite like this,” said Richard Rosen, a retired colonel and law professor at Texas Tech University School of Law. “I certainly think it will be an appellate issue.”