As I said here, this is just face-saving and window dressing. As long as the military remains pro-Sharia and pro-Islam, and refuses to explore or discuss the elements of Islam that jihadists use to justify violence and terror, there will be more Nidal Hasans. They will be unavoidable.
“Army Secretary Directs Fort Hood Accountability Review,” by Gerry J. Gilmore for the American Forces Press Service, January 22 (thanks to H.):
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22, 2010 – The Army will conduct a review to determine if leaders were negligent in their supervision of accused Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, Defense Department officials announced yesterday.
Army Secretary John McHugh has directed Army Gen. Carter F. Ham, commander of U.S. Army Europe, “to conduct an accountability review to identify whether any personnel were responsible for failures or deficiencies in applying Army programs, policies, and procedures to the alleged assailant,” according to a Defense Department news release.
McHugh also has tasked Ham to provide personal observations he may have developed as a senior Army leader and as a member of the independent panel that investigated the shooting that he believes may be of help to the Army in charting a way ahead.
The independent panel — co-chaired by former Army Secretary Togo D. West Jr. and retired Navy Adm. Vernon E. Clark, a former chief of naval operations — provided its report to Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates on Jan. 15….