MAJOR HASAN GOES ON TRIAL
The first workplace violence lie. 8/7/2013
On November 5, 2009, U.S. Army Major Malik Nidal Hasan, a Muslim, opened fire on his army friends at Fort Hood Texas, killing 13 people and wounding another 32. Figure 1 below has key MAJOR HASAN as the axis terms with key words ARAB at skip +1, and SHOOTER at skip -1 (both special case skips). The matrix also seems to make clear his motivation - DON'T STAND BY IDLY AT THE BLOOD OF THY NEIGHBOR. The only neighbors hr was concerned about were Arabs. On Figure 2 below, in 504 letters, we can find FORT HOOD as the axis term with key-words SHOOTER (crossing Fort Hood), DOCTOR, and MALIK - the shooter's first name.
Figure 1 above as an axis term of NIDAL HASAN. On Figure 2 below the axis term is FORT HOOD.
Hasan was allowed to serve in the U.S. Army despite the fact that he had openly expressed support for suicide bombers. Hasan had wanted to argue that he shot U.S. troops to protect Taliban fighters in Afghanistan, but the judge forbade the American-born Muslim and former Army psychiatrist from using that defense. He was opposed to defending America against the terrorists who attacked us on 9-11, and his sympathies lay strongly with fellow Muslims who he thought were being unjustly killed by America. Hasan got off more than 100 rounds before being taken down. Now that his court martial has begun and he has declared himself guilty of the murders and proud of them because of his interpretation of Islam, it's time to quit the bull and classify his act as what is was - terrorism. If Obama thinks this was just "work place violence" because the Muslim call to prayer of Islam the sweetest sound he ever heard, it's time to consider examing his sanity.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FIGURE 1. As per my standard protocol, no statistical significance is assigned to the axis term, here MAJOR HASAN at its second lowest skip. For a-priori words, ARAB at skip +1 (the best case scenario) was on the matrix against odds of about 47 to 1, and SHOOTER was at a special case skip (-1) against odds of about 14 to 1. The two clearly a-priori terms were thus on the matrix against odds of about 330 to 1 after downgrading combined values by 2 to factor in ELS rank 2 for the axis term. The term BLOOD OF YOUR NEIGHBOR was only vaguely on my mond when I produced the matrix. It occurs only once in Torah. Other phrases might havre worked as well, but Hasan shot his neighbors and military "friends." If we assign statistical value to this phrase the way we would to a clearly a-priori phrase, then the matrix exists against odds of about 241,831 to 1. It must be remembered that my odds normally do not fully represent how great a matrix is. Rather they reflect how good my ability to predict terms on matrix was.