Lt. Gen. Robert Cone delivered the official press conference at Ft. Hood moments ago alerting us that shooter Hasan was shot, but is alive and stable. Over 100 witnesses, who were at the scene of this bloodshed, have been questioned and it appears Hasan is the only shooter. Cone expressed accolades for the first responders who “are trained as combat lifesavers.” He stated that “as horrible as this was, I think it could have been much worse” due to the “tremendous job” by the first responders.
Cone further reported the “FBI is on base” and the military will call in as much federal help they deem necessary. Cone feels the “evidence does not suggest” a terrorist attack, yet there is no evidence to suggest weaponry used by Hasan belongs to the military. What alarms me are two things: 1) why was he transferred to Ft. Hood after a poor performance review; and, 2) authorities were notified of Hasan’s very strong and open opinions yet he remained on base. Click here to read about it Shooter Hasan\’s Motive
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