After the government turned him down in January
After the government turned him down in January, Maj. Nidal Hasan offered to plead guilty again authentic louis vuitton last month without a deal – and also tried to challenge Army rules that prohibit a judge from accepting a guilty plea to murder in a death penalty case, said Lt. Col. Kris Poppe. The revelations came before the judge, Col. Gregory Gross, ruled Hasan must be clean-shaven or have his beard forcibly shaved before his murder trial, which is on hold again because Hasan's attorneys will appeal the louis vuitton handbags order. Hasan told the judge last week that he grew a beard because his Muslim faith requires it, not as a show of disrespect. Gross said Thursday that the defense didn't prove Hasan is growing a beard for sincere religious reasons. Hasan's attorneys discussed his attempts to plead guilty while disputing prosecutors' claims that he grew the beard this summer to make it more difficult for witnesses to identify him at his louis vuitton sale trial.