TEXAS (WKOW) – Major Nidal Hasan, the army psychiatrist convicted of killing 13 people and wounding many others at Fort Hood will be in court on Monday to start the sentencing phase.
Hasan could face the death penalty, which is a rare sentence in the U.S. Military Justice System. At the minimum, Hasan will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Many relatives of the 13 people killed are expected to testify on Monday. It is unclear if Hasan will address the court.
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