A 'not guilty' plea entered for the Fort Hood shooting suspect, who objected, during Tuesday's hearing before a military judge.
FOX News Radio's Jennifer Keiper reports from Fort Hood, Texas:
When the judge asks Army psychiatrist, Major Nidal Hasan how he pleads he raises his voice slightly asking for clarification on how they got to this point since he has already tried to plead guilty. Military code says you can't plead guilty to capital offenses. So, the Judge enters a not guilty plea on Hasan's behalf. He objects and requests three days to consider a new attorney. He has been representing himself. The judge says any new lawyer has to be ready to go on July 9th for jury selection. Absolutely no delays.
At Fort Hood, Jennifer Keiper, FOX News Radio.