Another Delay in Fort Hood Shooting Case
There is yet another delay in the trial of the Army psychiatrist charged with opening fire at an Army base in Texas.
Army Major Nidal Hasan's decision to act as his own attorney has pushed back jury selection.
It was supposed to start last week, but days before the selection, Hasan announced he wanted to serve as his own counsel.
At yesterday's hearing, the officer that had been serving as Hasan's lead attorney said he had fulfilled his duty to assist Hasan.
He faces a possible death sentence in connection with the 2009 shooting rampage at Fort Hood, where 13 people were killed and a dozen others injured.
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