A Houston victim of the mass shooting at Fort Hood can’t believe someone would want to profit over pain and loss by selling “murderabilia.”
Dayna Ferguson was among the 32 injured almost seven years ago to the day. She was shot three times, while thirteen people were killed. Perpetrator Major Nidal Hasan is currently on death row.
This week, a “murderabilia” (or crime memorabilia) dealer posted a book allegedly written by Hasan for sale online. It’s really a stack of 51 handwritten pages. The asking price: $1,350.
“I hope no one would spend that kind of money on that,” said Ferguson, a former Army Specialist-turned-yoga instructor who lives in Houston. She says the physical and emotional wounds are still there, and any news of Hasan cuts deep.
“It brings up a lot of emotions for sure. A lot. A lot of emotions,” said Ferguson, who had never heard