Today is the anniversary of the day in 2009 that Army Major Nadal Hasan went on a shooting spree at Ft. Hood, Texas. By the time it was over, he had killed 13 and wounded 32.
Back in March, Nadal - who was convicted and sentenced to death - announced that he was going on a hunger strike. He said he was not going to eat until he had lost down to 99 pounds as a way of protesting the fact that the US was not embracing Sharia law.
I find it interesting that after that announcement I can find no progress reports on his hunger strike.
Maybe that's because nobody gives a damn!