Monday, January 11, 2010

Early Warning Signs Could Have Prevented Fort Hood Shootings

There are new indications today that there were early warning signs that might have prevented the killings at Fort Hood, allegedly at the hands of an Army major.

The Associated Press is reporting that accused gunman Nidal Hasan, had come to the attention of the doctors overseeing his medical training. Hasan had previously been a psychiatrist at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

The doctors, the wire service reports, had become increasingly concerned about his radical Islamic views.

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