More then three years after Nidal Hasan killed 13 and wounded 32 on Fort Hood, he still hasn't been brought to trial. The DOD continues to call the attack an incident of workplace violence. And now we find out Hasan has been paid $278k in salary since then.
According to the story, the Army cannot deny Hasan his pay until he is convicted under the military code of justice. That's fine. But that's also the same code that requires Hasan to shave, and that hasn't been applied. So why the different treatment?