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Fort Hood Shooting Victims Names: Fort Hood Shooting Victims Names are Names We Want to Know

Fort Hood Shooting victims names are in high demand. The Fort Hood shooting victims names are the  names of the Fort Hood Shooting victims that were either injured or killed by Malik Nadal Hassan.  The Fort Hood shooting happened about 24 hours ago, and already people want to know the names of the victims.

One victim was Kimberly Munley, the civilian police officer that brought down the attacker. She was injured, but in stable condition.  The Fort Hood Shooting victims names list has not been officially released, however the Huffington Post reports on various victims names that have been leaked.

Private First Class Michael Pearson of Bolingbrook, a 21 year old, was shot 3 times.  Francheska Velez, another 21 year old soldier that just returned from Iraq was also a victim.  She was pregnant.  Matthew Cook was shot in the abdomen, no word on his condition.  Amber Bahr a 19 year old was shot in the stomach, but is in stable condition.

Keara Bono was shot in the back, and is still alive.  She arrived at Fort Hood only one day before the Fort Hood shooting, and was set to deploy to Iraq on December 7.

Jason Dean Hunt and Amy Krueger are also unofficially named as Fort Hood Shooting victims names.

    5 Responses to “Fort Hood Shooting Victims Names: Fort Hood Shooting Victims Names are Names We Want to Know”

    1. Tabitha says:

      Hey, I want to start off by saying that my heart goes out to the familys and the wounded. My brother was due in fort hood in a month to come home from Iraq for christmas. I wish everyone the best and again I am sorry for the losses

    2. GTMO GUARD says:

      Our hearts & Prayers go out to the victims family’s & to the wounded as well. When he gets sentenced, why not send him to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba with the rest of his detainee brothers because that’s where he belongs.

    3. judy ortega says:

      my prayers and my thoughts are with all the people that lost one of their loved ones…i just ask myself and to god when america is going to get a break from all the attacks…my prayers are with you.. god bless you all and god bless america…

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