Fort Hood gunman told mental health panel he wanted martyrdom: report

FORT HOOD, Texas (Reuters) – The U.S. soldier who admitted killing 13 fellow soldiers and wounding 31 others in a shooting rampage at a Texas army base in 2009 told a mental health panel he wished to die while carrying out “jihad” because it would signal God had designated him as a religious martyr.

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