Alleged Fort Hood Shooter Awake, Talking

Hospital says Hasan is in stable condition

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    Nidal Hasan

    Investigators soon may learn new information about the deadly shooting rampage at a Texas military base now that the man suspected of killing 13 and injuring 29 others is conscious and able to talk.

    Dewey Mitchell, a spokesman at Brooke Army Medical Center, said Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan remains in stable condition. Mitchell said Hasan, who has ties to the Washington region, has been awake and able to talk since he was taken off a ventilator Saturday.

    Hasan is at Brooke Medical Center in San Antonio, about 150 miles southwest of Fort Hood.

    Fort Hood Investigation

    [DC] Fort Hood Investigation
    Federal investigators are looking into a possible connection between the Fort Hood shooter and a former controversial imam from the Dar al-Hijrah mosque in Falls Church, Va.

    Authorities said Hasan, 39, opened fire at a processing center Thursday at Fort Hood, the country's largest military installation. Thirteen people were killed and 29 were wounded.

    The rampage ended when civilian police shot Hasan, who studied, lived, worked and practiced his Muslim faith for years in the Washington, D.C., area.

    Fort Hood Shooter Has Local Ties

    [DC] Fort Hood Shooter Has Local Ties
    For six years before Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan reported to Fort Hood, he lived and worked in our area. His most recent stop was at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center.