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Topic - Kathy Platoni
"I don't think there will be closure until Nidal Hasan has left the face of this earth, and even more importantly than that, the families of the deceased and the wounded receive all of the benefits (they deserve)," Platoni said. "Then there will be closure."
"For the building in which this horrific event took place just to be wiped off the map before we have a say in what's done with it seems like another slap in the face," Platoni told The Associated Press Tuesday afternoon.