Creeping Sharia Alert: Judge of Fort Hood Trial Removed For Bias of Requiring Shaving Hasan’s Beard
Guest Post by Mara Zebest
Dhimmitude at its best… military appeals court removes judge from Ft. Hood terror trial for ordering Nidal Hasan to shave his beard… wonder if Obama was also pressuring the military on that move?
Jihadwatch.org reports the following:
Why don’t these dhimmis just be done with it and make Hasan the commander of CENTCOM? “Judge removed in Fort Hood shooting rampage case,” from the Associated Press, December 3 (thanks to all who sent this in):
FORT HOOD, Texas – The military’s highest court ousted the judge in the Fort Hood shooting case Monday and threw out his order to have the suspect’s beard forcibly shaved before his court-martial.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces ruled that Col. Gregory Gross didn’t appear impartial while presiding over the case of Maj. Nidal Hasan, who faces the death penalty if convicted in the 2009 shootings on the Texas Army post that killed 13 people and wounded more than two dozen others.
But the court said it was not ruling on whether the judge’s order violated Hasan’s religious rights. Hasan has argued that his beard is a requirement of his Muslim faith, although facial hair violates Army regulations.
He committed mass murder because of his Muslim faith. His Muslim faith should not be rewarded.
“Should the next military judge find it necessary to address (Hasan’s) beard, such issues should be addressed and litigated anew,” judges wrote in the ruling.
Hasan appealed after Gross ordered that he must be clean-shaven or be forcibly shaved before his court-martial, a military trial. …
An Army appeals court had upheld the shaving requirement in October.
But on Monday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces said the command, not the judge, was responsible for enforcing grooming standards. The ruling said that was one example of how Gross appeared impartial in the case.
Gross had repeatedly said Hasan’s beard was a disruption to the court proceedings, but the military appeals court ruled that there was insufficient evidence to show that his beard interfered with the hearings.
It’s against military regulations. That should have been the end of the story.