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Hasan Questions Potential Panel Members

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(KCEN) -- Individual questioning is underway in panel selection for the accused Fort Hood shooter.

Of the 20 potential panel members that were brought in yesterday, 14 remain and 9 are being called back today for questioning.

Nidal Hasan asked a panel member, "The fact that I believe the Koran does justify killing people, would that affect your ability to be impartial?"

He also asked if the fact that he considers the radical ARK recruiting station shooter "a brother and friend," would it affect their judgement.

One of the potential military jurors is a 9/11 survivor from the Pentagon.

This process of questioning will continue for about a month as the 120 potential military jurors are brought to Fort Hood in groups of 20.

The court martial will being no earlier than August 6.

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