The Army has charged Nidal Malik Hasan with 13 counts of murder in the "first step in the court-martial process." Hasan, an Army major and psychiatrist, may face additional charges in connection with last week's shooting at Fort Hood. He remains hospitalized in San Antonio and is being treated for wounds inflicted, an Army spokesman said today, by two Fort Hood police officers, the Express-News reports.
The rep confirmed Kimberly Munley and Mark Todd both shot Hasan but wouldn't specify "who did what." Another statement by the spokesman—"We still believe that there was only one gunman at the scene involved in the actual shootings"—indicates investigators consider it possible Hasan's alleged actions came at someone else's command, notes the Washington Post.
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