Does This PISS You Off (3)?

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  1. gettingold
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    headline.....

    "Fort Hood killer wins delay in court"

    (slow down- that headlne is already starting to piss me off)..continue..

    "Wearing his Army uniform and sitting solemnly in a wheelchair, the
    psychiatrist who gunned down 13 people at Fort Hood made his first
    courtroom appearance yesterday and was granted a delay in his case."

    (NOW I AM PISSED. Why is this POS allowed to wear the uniform of our
    army that he killed 13 members of? charged with 13 murders and 32
    attempted murders and he can wear U S army fatigues???? This is INSANE

    Don't give me that crap about innocent til proven guilty. That only pertains to
    the jury.No one else. There were witnesses---)......continue



    "His attorneys sought a delay in his Article 32 hearing because they
    needed more time to review reams of documents they recently received
    and still lacked other key documents, including the FBI ballistics
    report and a government review of the Nov. 5 shootings."


    Reams of documents??? Why- there were witnesses- shoot the bastard tomorrow morning.
    FBI??????? get them out of it. Let the army shoot him tomorrow, but let's prep him
    for the event-

    Tonight- superglue his eyelids open. Tie his hands behind his back. Put his head in
    a vice facing the wall.All night long play hot sexy naked women in porno movies on his
    wall in sensaround.

    Tomorrow- have 7 nude women shoot his ass starting from the feet and moving up.

    If we need to keep him alive to get information, let's be sure to do it right.
    Starve him.Keep showing the videos on the wall. Show him what it will be like for him
    as time goes on. Show him what americans are willing to do to other americans
    in the name of what's right. This civil war photo might help

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    Read more: Accused Fort Hood gunman wins delay in case - NYPOST.com
     
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    Surely he's been dishonorably discharged from the Army by now, or are they still afraid of offending Muslims?

    I'm not sure what torturing him would achieve but I see no reason to delay his 'speedy' trial and, once he is deemed guilty, fucking fry his ass. No 'revenge', no hysterical ranting, just an ordinary death sentence for another murdering bastard.
     
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    from what I have been told- he hasn't been found guilty of anything in any court yet

    so he can still wear the uniform-

    if I was in congress there would be a bill on the floor to change that rule immediately

    and DARE anyone to vote against it

    these people cut peoples heads off on tv torturing parents and friends and you would feel some kind of compassion for this scum?
     
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    He is wearing his uniform because he is in the Army, and being tried by the Army. They could administratively discharge him, but then he would be entitled to benefits. As a prisoner he is not entitled to be saluted, or to salute superiors. When he is convicted he will be dishonorably discharged, and not entitled to wear the uniform.
     
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    I would much rather see him go through all of the court system and see it at what is does best, than have him arbitrarily shot tomorrow. They are there for that reason, to try everyone, from pickpockets and car thieves to shooters and mass-murders. That's the point, that's why they're supposed to be the great levelers in our society.
     
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    JScott I check facts.

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    Let the system do its job. We dont need extra bullshit to cloud it.
     
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    If they discharge him before they try him then he is no longer under the jurisdiction of the UCMJ and of course would then be transferred to the civilian justice system. This is why he is in uniform, and I prefer it stay that way, military appeals are not as drawn out as civilian ones. He will fry, all the delays and such are no big deal.
     
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    geauxtohell Choose your weapon.

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    It's a court martial. He's required to wear his uniform.

    It's a military proceeding and no one in the Army wears "Fatiques" anymore.
     
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    Especially in a court room setting. He was most certainly in his Class A uniform as required by the UCMJ.

    He won't be wearing one when the trial is over, and that is what we should care about.
     
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    geauxtohell Choose your weapon.

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    No the dishonorable discharge comes after the conviction. Not before it. Kind of like the sentence comes after the verdict.

    I would figure that you, with your vast knowledge of the military, would know that.
     

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