Fort Hood shooting suspect releases writings renouncing citizenship, denouncing democracy

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  • Updated: August 1, 2013 - 7:21 PM

FORT HOOD, Texas — Days before he's set to go on trial, the Army psychiatrist charged in the Fort Hood shooting rampage released more of his writings about America and Islam.

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cmo55Aug. 1, 13 8:23 PM

I am for the most part anti-death penalty. I would be willing to make an exception in this case.

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shushyn78Aug. 1, 1310:46 PM

Renounce democracy? Workplace violence? Oh yeah, I see the connection.

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minn12Aug. 2, 1312:16 AM

No problem. Let's just renounce him straight into the electric chair.

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honeybooAug. 2, 13 2:19 AM

Who cares if he renounces his citizenship, an institution cheapened by 12 million illegals. We let people like him come and go consequence-free every day.

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supervon2Aug. 2, 13 6:06 AM

No problem. I know an uninhabitable island in the Pacific that he can call his new home. No water, no food and no democracy. Perfect.

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sandpoint17Aug. 2, 13 7:04 AM

Nidal Hassan has drawn $300,000 in wages while waiting for his trial. Though the Obama administration continues to claim this was work place violence, Hassan's actions on the day of his attack and since show that he is not working for the US Army.

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gemie1Aug. 2, 13 7:05 AM

We should stick him on an Island all by himself called Naked and Afraid, for good! He wants to live like a cave, let him have it!

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