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Saturday 7 November 2009

Kimberley Munley: Major Hasan’s Nemesis

Police Sergeant Kimberley Munley is an exceptionally brave woman. A true heroine who put her life at risk to successfully bring a halt to Nidal Malik Hasan’s murderous rampage at Fort Hood. In doing so, she was shot twice by the gunman, but somehow managed to shoot him four times and bring him down. Many people owe her a great debt of gratitude, and I hope that she receives the honours that she so richly deserves.

References: "Investigators try to understand reasons behind Major Hasan’s rampage", The Times, 7 November 2009:

"God is great: Last words of Fort Hood gunman before being shot by police heroine", David Gardner & Liz Hazelton, The Daily Mail, 7 November 2009:

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