(FORT HOOD, Texas) -- The Article 32 hearing for the man accused of the shooting rampage at Fort Hood, Texas is set to resume Monday.
Attorneys for U.S. Army Maj. Nidal Hasan were granted a delay in the proceedings to have their client analyzed by a psychiatrist and to receive information from the government about any ties between Hasan and Middle Eastern terrorists.
Nothing came out of the evaluation and search, so Hasan's lead attorney says he'll have nothing to add when the hearing resumes.
The hearing is only the first part of the process. The presiding officer will decide whether Hasan should be court-martialed in connection to the shooting, which killed 13 people and wounded dozens more at the Texas military base.
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