November 14, 2009

Change of Venue

Hasan's lawyer is already making noise about not being able to get a fair trial at Fort Hood. I have just the place: Fort Monroe, Virginia. The post has two road entrances and is surrounded by water. The stone fort itself is surrounded by a moat with one or two entrances. Fort Monroe is easily accessible by road or helicopter to Langley Air Force Base and the Norfolk Naval Station as well as the Newport News airport and Norfolk International Airport. There should be sufficient accomodations on post for the court, the members of the board of officers who will hear the case. Major Hasan can stay inside the moat and enjoy the same view that Jefferson Davis did, in fact from the same cell in what is now the Casemate Museum. Hasan may be paralyzed from the waist down, but have no fear! The Museum is handicapped-accessible.

Posted by LMC at November 14, 2009 02:31 PM | TrackBack
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