On November 5, 2009 an army psychiatrist opened fire at Fort Hood Texas killing 12 people and wounded 31 others. He was shot but captured alive. Eleven victims died at the scene and the twelfth victim died at the hospital. As a psychiatrist, Hasan, 39, had listened to soldiers' tales of horror. Now, the American-born Muslim was facing imminent deployment to Afghanistan. In recent days, Hasan had been saying goodbye to friends. He had given away many of his possessions, including copies of the Holy Quran.
At 2:37 a.m. Thursday and again around 5, Hasan called neighbor . . .
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