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"They said Hasan also once tried to convert a patient to Islam and that he received a verbal warning."

Drudge linked to a story at NPR entitled, “Answers Sought On Fort Hood Suspect’s Link To Imam.” a href=”http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=120266334″Within the story was this:/abr /br /blockquoteThe officials also dismissed the significance of reports that Hasan’s colleagues complained about his religious and political views. One official said they get thousands of complaints every year, some of which lead to investigations, while others do not.br /br /Two psychiatrists who worked with Hasan at Walter Reed and asked not to be identified told NPR that during the six years he worked there, he was frequently distracted and often late for work. They said Hasan also once tried to convert a patient to Islam and that he received a verbal warning.br /br /At one point, the psychiatrists said, some co-workers actively sought to have Hasan removed from the Walter Reed program. He was later reassigned to Fort Hood./blockquotebr /br /Well, at least Hasan wasn’t trying to convert his patients from gay to straight. Now that would definitely have led to an investigation.