Four witnesses took the stand Tuesday, the sixth day of the court martial of accused Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan—a change of pace from first days in which more than 40 witnesses testified.
The prosecution called three FBI agents and an Army criminal expert to describe their findings after analyzing a gruesome and bloody crime scene.
The FBI evidence team showed a video which they believe followed Hasan's route through the building while shooting at soldiers.
A firearms trajectory expert confirmed at least five different locations where Hasan was shooting by examining over 200 bullet holes scattered in the building.
FBI agent Susan Martin gave a two-hour detailed account about the evidence photos. When Martin entered the building she found a scene that she described as gruesome, immediately seeing seven bodies in one room.
The agents said that over eight days of searching for evidence, they found 146 shell casings and six firearm magazines at the crime scene.