nearvideo Fort Hood shooting survivor, opens up life 10 years after the massacre
Shawn Manning who was shot six times by a convicted murderer, Nidal Hasan, remembers the attack and the questions dealing with the case on ‘America’s Newsroom.’
Texas GOP REP. Louie Gohmert slammed “political correctness” on Tuesday in a statement to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Fort Hood shooting, in reference to a report criticised the fact that political correctness as a reason why the FBI had a warning sign was not examined about the Islamic radicalization of Maj. Nidal Hasan more thoroughly, before he killed 13 people in a rampage at the military base.
The report found the FBI had failed, the interview with Hassan, when he found out about his contacts with terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki, to keep track of waited too long, leads and completed an evaluation, was “belated, incomplete and rushed, primarily because of their workload”.
It also details the decision are not recommended to interview Hasan to San Diego official, the FBI do this in June 2009: “This is (San Diego), it is not DC, and (the Washington office) go out and interview every Muslim guy who visits extremist websites”, a paraphrase of the report says.
“Even the political correctness, you should not have to notice the people held, he had to Gohmert, they radicalized and was a threat,” he said on Tuesday. “Fortunately, we now have a President and a government that understand the radical Islamic jihadists are a threat to our way of life.”
This undated file photo available Department displays provided by the Bell County Sheriff ‘ s former army psychiatrist Maj. Nidal Hasan. Hasan, who killed 13 people in a 2009 rampage at a Texas army base, has a court hearing in his case Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015 in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where he was held on the military death row.
(The Associated Press)
FORT HOOD SHOOTING SURVIVOR QUESTIONS HANDLING OF CASE 10 YEARS AFTER THE MASSACRE
The San Diego official recommended that the FBI interview Hasan was also was told the topic of “politically sensitive.”
The report has, in a disciplinary proceedings against FBI employees but prevent 18 recommendations for changes to the FBI that such a mistake happens again.
We honor their loss by combating apathy or political correctness that turns a blind eye to oncoming terror
Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas
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Hasan was sentenced to death by a military jury in the year 2013.
Nearly 50 survivors of the Fort Hood shooting to be awarded Purple Hearts, or the defense of freedom medals in 2015 after a year long struggle over the question of whether the attack by Hasan was workplace violence or fighting incident.
“Our hearts sympathize with the families of the victims whose lives are tragically cut short that day,” Gohmert continued. “We honor their loss by combating apathy or political correctness that turns a blind eye to the oncoming terror.”