Nidal Hasan, the walking pile of excrement responsible for the Fort Hood shooting in 2009, is scheduled to be executed this year.
Someone has started a petition to Live-Stream the event so the world can watch a monster die.
Hasan was convicted of 13 counts of premeditated murder, 32 counts of attempted murder, and sentenced to death by a unanimous decision following his court-martial in 2013.
The former U.S. Army Major was stripped of his rank before being dishonorably discharged and incarcerated at the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas.
Hasan served in the US Army Medical Corps as a military psychiatrist for 21 years before murdering his colleagues and civilians in the deadliest mass shooting on a military base in US history.
During the shooting, Hasan was shot in the back and is permanently paralyzed from the waist down.
In the weeks before the shooting, Hasan’s colleagues and superior officers expressed concern for his poor job performance and “anti-American” comments.
Following the shooting, FBI investigators found evidence that Hasan had visited websites promoting radical Islamist ideals. “I can’t wait to join you [in the afterlife]” Hasan wrote in an email to the late Imam Anwar al-Awlaki.
On November 5, 2009, Hasan shouted “Allahu Akbar!” before opening fire on the Soldier Readiness Center of Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas.
Hasan was finally taken down by Sergeant Mark Todd who shot the terrorist in the back. Sgt. Todd kicked the gun from Hasan’s hand before placing him in handcuffs.
On August 27, 2013, a thirteen-member jury consisting of nine colonels, three lieutenant colonels, and one major unanimously found Hasan guilty and recommended the death penalty.
“[Hasan] can never be a martyr because he has nothing to give,” said lead prosecutor Colonel Mike Mulligan. “Do not be misled; do not be confused; do not be fooled. He is not giving his life. We are taking his life. This is not his gift to God, it’s his debt to society. He will not now and will not ever be a martyr.