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Draws, Calls, and ACTION

Charles Brault c_brault at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 21 20:54:52 GMT 2012

----- Original Message -----
From: James Anderson <jsandersonmdelp at sbcglobal.net>
To: Trauma-List [TRAUMA.ORG] <trauma-list at trauma.org>
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2012 12:03 PM
Subject: Re: Draws, Calls, and ACTION

The alternative is for us to be unarmed against the Nidal Hasans of the world. 

I don't want to live in that world. 
You mean you do not want to die in that world ! ?

Hasan was not a candidate for a comprehensive mental system acces
Heck He was a psychiatrist

Plus he send plenty of warning signs that was not
And could not be interpreted with any certainty



"Prior to the shooting, Hasan had expressed extremist views which had been brought to the attention of his superiors and the F.B.I. Hasan was discovered to have exchanged emails with the late Imam Anwar al-Awlaki asking for spiritual guidance regarding violence." 

"Military awards and decorations 
Hasan received the Army Service Ribbon as a private in 1988 after completing advanced individual training, the National Defense Service Medal twice for service during the time periods of the Gulf War and the War on Terrorism, and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal for support service during the War on Terrorism
Prior investigations
Hasan had come to the attention of federal authorities at least six months before the attacks, because of internet postings he appeared to have made discussing suicide bombings and other threats, though authorities did not at the time definitively tie the postings to him.[29][53] The postings, made in the name "NidalHasan", likened a suicide bomber to a soldier who throws himself on a grenade to save his colleagues, and sacrifices his life for a "more noble cause."[53] No official investigation was opened.[29]
ABC News reported that officials were aware that Hasan had attempted to contact Al Qaeda,[60] and that Hasan had "more unexplained connections to people being tracked by the FBI" than just Anwar al-Awlaki.[61]
Sergeant Kimberly D. Munley encountered the gunman exiting the building in pursuit of a wounded soldier. Munley and the gunman exchanged shots; Munley was hit two times: once in her thigh and once in her knee, knocking her to the ground.[79] In the meantime, civilian police officer Sergeant Mark Todd arrived and fired at the gunman. The gunman was hit and felled by shots from Todd.[80][81] Todd approached the gunman and kicked a pistol out of his hand. Hasan was placed in handcuffs as he fell unconscious.[82] The incident lasted about 10 minutes.[83]

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