Capitol Hill Update: Derelict Army Generals Need to Prosecute in Murder of Unborn Child

To add insult to injury, the prosecutors in the United States Army, have thus far refused to charge the Islamic terrorist with a 14th murder charge in the Ft. Hood massacre by ignoring the death of an unborn baby.  This mass murder, by a deranged Muslim terrorist, probably would not have occurred at all, if the leadership of the Army, led by Army Chief of Staff, General George Casey, had gotten rid of this Army Major jihadist in the first place.  The U.S. Army  --  infested with political correctness for the past several decades  --  had plenty of warnings that the terrorist, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, was about to explode.   

The left-wing news media has been intent on ignoring the death of a 14th victim, besides the 12 soldiers and Army civilian, assassinated by terrorist Nidal Malik Hasan.  Indeed, the one word on this week's cover of "Time" magazine was "terrorist" with a question mark behind "terrorist?" and a picture of the Islamic terrorist Nidal Malik Hasan in the background.  

The United States Army  --  which has succumbed to left-wing political correctness for far too long  --  needs to immediately recognize the death of the 6-week-old unborn child of assassinated Army Private Francheska Velez, a 21-year old native of Barack Hussein Obama's hometown of Chicago.   

"The Washington Times" editorial yesterday said that "Maj. Hasan can and should be held responsible for killing Velez's unborn child.  The Unborn Victims of Violence Act" was passed in 2004 to cover these specific circumstances.  The law provides that a person, like Maj. Hasan, charged with murder under section 918 of Title 10 of the U.S. Code who caused the death of 'a child' who is in utero at the time the conduct takes place, is guilty of a separate offense under this section and shall, upon conviction, be punished by such punishment, other than death, as a court-martial."   

The editorial goes on to say:  "The law is also known as "Laci and Conner's Law," after Laci Peterson, who was pregnant with a son to be named Conner when she was murdered by Scott Peterson in 2002.

The law covers unborn children 'at any stage of development,' so the fact that Velez's unborn child was six weeks old brings the statute in force. The law does not require that the shooter, in this case Maj. Hasan, 'had knowledge or should have had knowledge that the victim of the underlying offense was pregnant' or that he 'intended to cause the death of, or bodily injury to, the unborn child.' Had he intentionally killed the unborn child, he would be tried under a separate murder charge. Recognition of the additional victim is not a capital offense, though Maj. Hasan currently faces 13 capital murder charges."

It has been almost two weeks now and the United States Army still has not filed murder charges against terrorist Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan in the death of the unborn baby.  It is long past time for the Army to abandon its corrupt and destructive politically-correct policies and to charge the Islamic terrorist with murdering the unborn child of Francheska Velez.

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