The gunman who killed 13 people at the Texas military base Fort Hood in 2009 may receive a new attorney to handle his appeals, which could complicate an already-delayed review process.
A military judge has called a hearing in the case of the Army psychiatrist sentenced to death for gunning down 13 people at Fort Hood six years ago.
The victims of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting attack leaving 13 dead filed a formal petition Wednesday to receive Purple Hearts and other benefits they have argued are long overdue.
The victims of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting moved closer to receiving the Purple Hearts
The plans for a Central Texas memorial dedicated to the victims of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting rampage have fallen about $78,000 short to complete work on the site.
The survivors of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting thought they could finally put that nightmare to rest — until the recent shooting at the base started it all over again.
The rampage at Fort Hood that left three dead and 16 wounded last week was related to the shooter’s request for leave from the Army post.
Fort Hood has razed the building where an Army psychiatrist carried out a shooting rampage that left 13 people dead and more than 30 wounded.
The building at a Central Texas military post where an Army psychiatrist opened fire and fatally shot 13 people will be demolished and replaced with a memorial park.
A charity that collected $1 million after the Fort Hood shooting rampage says it’s trying to distribute the money before the year’s end but won’t say how the remainder will be spent.
Nidal Hasan collected nearly $300,000 in military salary while awaiting trial for the 2009 shooting at Fort Hood, but his attorney said that nearly all of it was given to charity.
Sen. John Cornyn and Sen. Ted Cruz have introduced a bill to reclassify the 2009 Fort Hood shooting as an act of terror and provide more benefits for victims and their kin.