An obvious "problem child" spouting extremist views, Hasan made numerous statements that were not protected by the First Amendment and were grounds for discharge by violating his military oath, investigators found.And it only cost thirteen innocent lives.
In searching for explanations for why superiors did not move to revoke Hasan's security clearances or expel him from the Army, the report portrays colleagues and superiors as possibly reluctant to lose one of the Army's few Muslim mental health specialists.
The report concludes that because the Army had attracted only one Muslim psychiatrist in addition to Hasan since 2001, "it is possible some were afraid of losing such diversity" and thus were willing to overlook Hasan's deficiencies as an officer.
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The Ontario government paid nearly $16-million for the land, which was seized and occupied by protesters from the nearby Six Nations reserve almost four years ago.Thank you Premier McSlippery.
Excluding the cost of the land, the simmering land dispute in Caledonia has cost taxpayers $64.3-million.