The court-martial of an army major suspected in the 2009 Fort Hood massacre is set to begin this week.
But, Monday, Major Nidal Hasan requested a delay. This after a military judge ruled that he is physically and mentally able to serve as his own lawyer.
And all the time he's been waiting behind bars, Hasan has been collecting his government paycheck.
Chris Lawrence is OutFront with details.
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