The Department of Defense declared the Ft. Hood massacre, caused by Major Nidal Hasan, to be a case of "workplace violence." Congressional lawmakers rolled-in on the whitewash.
This is similar to how honor killings are merely chalked-up as "domestic violence."
This story garnered a couple comments:
Because we never, ever want to call it “terrorism.” Just like the shootings at the Little Rock Army recruiting station—I’m sure that was “gang violence” or something.
...9/11 was merely a combination of workplace violence (most of the victims were at work) and air safety issues (since planes crashed).
My response was: Of course this is workplace violence. Everyone who goes postal shouts "Allahu Akhbar!" while they're reloading.
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