Conventional wisdom might be that a jury of high-ranking Army officers wouldn’t hesitate to send Maj. Nidal Hasan to death row for the killing of 12 soldiers and a civilian during a 2009 rampage at Fort Hood.
And that might yet be the case. But at least two jurors who will decide Hasan’s fate expressed some reservations about the death penalty last week during jury selection, which resumes Monday in a Fort Hood courtroom.
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