In a day of high courtroom drama — both legal and emotional — military-appointed defense attorneys on Thursday said they would appeal a judge’s decision ordering them to continue assisting admitted Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan.
A day earlier, the trial was temporarily halted when those attorneys filed a motion arguing that Hasan is “acting in concert” with prosecutors to seek a death sentence and that helping him in any way would be ethically “repugnant.”
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