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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The tribute at Ft. Hood, Texas, for those killed last week in the shootings by Maj. Nidal Hasan reported; scenes from the ceremonies, including the roll call, President Obama & the families coming forward, shown. [OBAMA - says their memory will be honored; remembers some; speaks about the killer; notes this generation believes in perseverance.] Photos of victims Pfc. Aaron Nemelka, Michael Cahill, Maj. Libardo Caraveo & Sgt. Amy Krueger shown.
(Ft. Hood, Texas: Bob Woodruff) The grief at Ft. Hood & beyond featured; scenes from Ft. Hood, St. Paul, Minnesota, Spokane, Washington, Homewood, Illinois & Keil, Wisconsin, shown. [Victim's uncle Dan KRUEGER, victim Jason Hunt's sister Laila WILLINGHAM, Cahill's sister Marilyn ATTERBURY, wounded Naji Hall's RELATIVE - remember their relatives.] [OBAMA - pays tribute.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(Studio: Brian Ross) The investigation into Hasan's background featured; scenes shown from a mosque searched by the FBI; details given from the "Washington Post" about Hasan's power point presentation at Walter Reed hospital in 2007 about Muslims in the service, his e-mail exchange with Al Qaeda recruiter in Yemen. [Council on American-Islamic Relations Ibrahim HOOPER, former FBI agent Brad GARRETT- raise questions about Hasan & the evidence.] [Imam of Masjid al-Farah Mosque Feisal Abdul RAUF- sums up Hasan's problem.] Why Hasan's e-mails did not warrant further investigation discussed.
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