Friday marks day four of testimony in the court martial for accused Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan. Over 20 witnesses have testified for the prosecution in the past three days.
Through each witness account, Maj. Hasan sat silently and hasn't disputed any of the testimony or evidence. He is representing himself in the case.
On Thursday, survivors and workers who were on post during the 2009 shooting, gave compelling accounts of the mass shooting.
They described hearing Hasan yelling and firing his pistols at a very quick rate while people tried to escape.
Sgt. First Class Maria Guerra recalled hearing a soldier cry out for her baby's life, followed by gun shots and silence. The woman screaming was later identified as Pvt. Francheska Velez, a pregnant soldier on post who died along with her unborn child.
All the victims said they were wearing U.S. military uniforms at the time. The details support the government's argument that Hasan was targeting soldiers.
The prosecution has consistently presented witnesses without objection from Hasan.
Testimony continues Friday.