From the article:
"It appears he won't be able to walk in the future," said Hasan's civilian attorney, retired Army Col. John Galligan.
The only possible problem with this is that he won't be able to walk to the death chamber himself.
Would it be considered bad taste if I volunteered to push his wheel chair for him? I figure that I could put out the effort to push him at a good sprint and then let him go and make sure he misses the door. Smashing his face against the wall would be a nice send-off don't you think?
More from the article:
Hasan also has severe pain in his hands, the attorney said.Ah. Poor baby. His wittew hands hewt so bad.
Doctors who crossed paths with Hasan in medical programs paint a picture of a subpar student who wore his religious views on his sleeve.
I suspect he was going for sympathy because he couldn't cut it on his own. When I was in school they just flunked out students like that.
Here is a good bit:
"Is your allegiance to Sharia [Islamic] law or the United States?" students once challenged Hasan, the source said.
"Sharia law," the source says Hasan responded.
The incident was corroborated by another doctor who was present.
The source also recalled an instance in which Hasan was asked if the U.S. Constitution was a brilliant document, to which Hasan replied, "No, not particularly."
He sounds like a real winner. I wonder how the President missed recruiting this guy for his cabinet?
This really makes me feel good:
Even though Hasan earned his medical degree and residency, some of his fellow students believed that he "didn't have the intellect" to be in the program and was not academically rigorous in his coursework.
Hasan "was not fit to be in the military, let alone in the mental health profession," this classmate told CNN. "No one in class would ever have referred a patient to him, or trusted him with anything."
The first classmate echoed this sentiment.
Hasan was "coddled, accommodated and pushed through that masters of public health despite substandard performance," the classmate said. He was "put in the fellowship program because they didn't know what to do with him."
Does affirmative action apply to religious minorities? I guess it does.
He was "put in the fellowship program because they didn't know what to do with him."!!!!?? How about fail him and send him home? I don't know about now but when I was in school if a student couldn't cut it he was failed out - except for some athletes. They were coddled the way this guy was, no doubt about it.
The worst part of the article is the stupid picture of the goofball with his silly brain dead grin. I can't believe nobody has a less flattering picture of the loser than that.
I look forward to the day that the devil looks this guy in the face and says "You poor, dumb bastard. Wait 'til you see what I've got in store for you."