The Fort Hood gunman, Nidal Hasan, was sentenced to death for killing 13 people, most of them unarmed soldiers, in a 2009 shooting rampage. The U.S. Justice Department said it would provide $2.5 ... more 
The Fort Hood gunman, Nidal Hasan, was sentenced to death for killing 13 people, most of them unarmed soldiers, in a 2009 shooting rampage. The U.S. Justice Department said it would provide $2.5 million to Connecticut state and local police departments to cover costs related to the December massacre of 20 elementary school students and six teachers in Newtown. By getting arrested in his native Spain rather than his former London workplace, ex-JPMorgan Chase trader Javier Martin-Artajo has gained time in his struggle to avoid being extradited to New York over a $6.2 billion trading scandal. less 
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