Tuesday, November 17, 2009

If I'm wronging Gen. Casey I'll apologize, but I strongly suspect

this is window dressing.
“Casey is looking at a panel that will look longitudinally across Hasan’s entire career to figure out how did this happen and what can we do to stop it from happening again,” said the Army official, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the announcement of such a group remains pending.
First the idiot statement about 'diversity' being of such great importance after 13 murders and many wounded, now this.

The gentleman also notes
Fort Hood massacre suspect Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan sought to have some of his patients prosecuted for war crimes based on statements they made during psychiatric sessions with him, a captain who served on the base said Monday.
Oh, THAT'S going to help a lot: "Speak freely to your counselor. No, just ignore that, please." Yeah. Right. Part of the problem with this crap is that the way Hasan was thinking and acting, God only knows what he considered a 'war crime'. And we cannot forget that while he was doing this to his patients, the Army found no reason to do something about him. Even when it was added to all the other stuff we know about.

No comments: