A 51-page handwritten book allegedly written by Fort Hood shooter Nidal Malik Hasan is on sale for more than $1,300 at an online “murderabilia” site.
“I think it’s a shame,” said Dorothy Carskadon, one of more than 30 wounded in Hasan’s 2009 murder spree.
The 46-year-old former Army psychiatrist is currently on death row at Fort Leavenworth’s disciplinary barracks after he was convicted of slaughtering 13 people and wounding dozens more during his Fort Hood massacre.
“In his trial he never testified; he never said anything,” said Andy Kahan, the City of Houston’s victims advocate. “So this quite possibly could be an incredible look into his mind.”
It might not be the only look into his mind, though; Hasan’s civil attorney John Galligan said his