The Deeper Problems of the Aftermath of the Fort Hood Shootings...

@ParaTed2k (22977)
Sheboygan, Wisconsin
November 17, 2009 7:15am CST
Nidal Malik Hasan has been an Army Psychiatrist for years now. He has been there to hear the deepest, darkest secrets that haunt the soldiers in his care. Think about that for a minute. The soldiers who confided in him felt free to talk about anything and everything, under the protection of "doctor patient confidentiality". So what happens if that doctor turns on his patients, his profession and his country? What information does Nidal Malik Hasan now possess that he can use against the US? What does he know about specific soldiers that can be used to blackmail them, or worse? Think about everything you have talked over with a doctor over your adult life. Now imagine that doctor using that information against you. Not a pretty thought, is it.
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@Latrivia (2889)
• United States
18 Nov 09
No, it really isn't. I'm counting on the military having the cajones to execute this guy after he gets his fair trial.
@spalladino (17921)
• United States
19 Nov 09
@laglen (19778)
• United States
17 Nov 09
Thats a very good point. The possibility of military secrets is there as well. He should be treated as a traitor and terrorist.
@ParaTed2k (22977)
• Sheboygan, Wisconsin
17 Nov 09
Secrets maybe, but also weaknesses within the force in general, which can be exploited.
@spalladino (17921)
• United States
19 Nov 09
You act like this man is going to breath free air again at some point in his life. Do you REALLY think that's ever going to happen? I also don't believe that he will ever again be in possession of the patient files he once had so using something against a particular soldier would be next to impossible. I also don't believe that any of his patients would discuss classified information with him. Aside from the fact that that's against policy, this man wasn't a very good doctor so I doubt that too many opened up to him.
@debrakcarey (19921)
• United States
18 Nov 09
In 2001, Anwar Aulaqi was an imam, or spiritual leader, at the Washington-area mosque. Aulaqi told the FBI in 2001 that, before he moved to Virginia in early 2001, he met with 9/11 hijacker Nawaf al-Hazmi several times in San Diego. Al-Hazmi was at the time living with Khalid al-Mihdhar, another hijacker. Al-Hazmi and another hijacker, Hani Hanjour, attended the Dar al Hijrah mosque in Virginia in early April 2001. Related Stories Alleged Fort Hood Shooter Tied to Mosque of 9/11 Hijackers Army Spokesman: Hasan in Critical but Stable Condition New York-Based Muslim's Web Site Calls for God to 'Kill the Jews' In his FBI interview, Aulaqi denied ever meeting with al-Hazmi and Hanjour while in Virginia. Aulaqi, a native-born U.S. citizen, left the United States in 2002, eventually traveling to Yemen. He was investigated by the FBI in 1999 and 2000 after it was learned that he may have been contacted by a possible procurement agent for Osama bin Laden. During this investigation, the FBI learned that Aulaqi knew people involved in raising money for Hamas, a Palestinian group on the U.S. State Department's terrorist list. Imam Johari Abdul-Malik, outreach director at Dar al Hijrah, said he did not know whether Hasan ever attended the mosque but confirmed that the Hasan family participated in services there. Abdul-Malik said the Hasans were not leaders at the mosque and their attendance was utterly normal. This was copied and pasted from an article that began as...Investigators Found E-Mails From Hasan to Al Qaeda, Officials Say ON this website: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,573166,00.html If he tried to contact Al Qaeda....he is a traitor to the US and according to military law as we are at war with Al Qaeda.