November 11, 2010
The defense does not plan to present any evidence when a military hearing resumes next week for the Army psychiatrist charged in last year’s deadly Fort Hood shootings, the lead defense attorney said Tuesday.
“All the government has to show is that there is sufficient evidence to take the case to trial. The accused doesn’t have to prove anything,” said Richard Rosen, professor and director of Texas Tech University’s Center for Military Law and Policy. He is not involved in the Hasan case.