Appeals Court Rules Ft. Hood Shooter Can't Have Access to Surveillance Data For Self-Defense
Admitted Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan is defending himself in military court
The Army psychiatrist charged in the deadly mass shooting at Fort Hood, Texas, cannot access evidence obtained through secret electronic surveillance, a federal appeals court ruled.
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans also denied Maj. Nidal Hasan's motion to suppress the evidence the government plans to use against him. The court's decision Wednesday upheld a lower court's ruling issued before Hasan recently began serving as his own attorney.