Security at Fort Hood Could Become Litigation Focus

, The National Law Journal

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An attorney suing the federal government over the 2009 mass shooting at Fort Hood, Texas, said he expects plaintiffs lawyers are paying close attention as the investigation into this week's fatal shooting at the base unfolds.

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  • After the Navy Yard and Fort Hood II, it‘s time to require all armed services personnel on military bases to wear sidearms at all times. There‘s no good reason not to, espeically considering that the jihadis and shell-shock boyz have known up until now that folks on base are sitting ducks.

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