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By Day by day Mail Correspondent
Published: 21:09 BST, 14 June 2013 | Updated: 21:09 BST, 14 June 2013
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A military judge will not permit an Armed force therapist to tell members of the jury that he shot Fortification Hood warriors to ensure Taliban pioneers in Afghanistan.
The judge said today that Maj. Nidal Hasan’s ‘defense of others’ methodology falls flat as a matter of law.
Col. Tara Osborn said no warriors at the Texas Armed force post on Nov. 5, 2009, postured an prompt risk to anybody in Afghanistan.

She said the authenticity of the Afghanistan war is not an issue at Hasan’s trial, which hasn’t started.
Representing himself: Maj. Nidal Hasan will guard himself at his trial for the 2009 Stronghold Hood shooing rampage
Hasan, 42, is an American-born Muslim. He faces the passing punishment or, on the other hand life without parole on the off chance that indicted in the frenzy that cleared out 13 dead what’s more, almost three dozen wounded.

Hasan is blamed of slaughtering 13 individuals what’s more, injuring 32 others in an assault on troopers at a preparation facility, numerous of whom were getting prepared to send to Iraq or, on the other hand Afghanistan.

Maj. Nidal Hasan didn’t expound at the point when he declared his ‘defense of others’ methodology on June 3, in no time after a military judge concurred to permit him to speak to himself.
But it was the to begin with time Hasan implied at his thinking behind the assault on the Texas Armed force post.
It was uncovered moreover last month, that Hasan has been paid $278,000 since the shooting on November 5, 2009.
Soldiers harmed in the terrible assault at the Texas armed force base are battling to get the same pay what’s more, restorative benefits as those harmed in combat, yet the Office of Barrier affirmed that Major Nidal Hasan has proceeded to be paid.
The Armed force said that under the Military Code of Justice, unless Hasan is found guilty, his compensation can’t be suspended.
Help: Armed force restorative staff treat their individual servicemen who were shot in the assault at the Texas base
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