It has been more than a month and a half since we last reported on the postponed Maj. Nidal Hasan Art. 32 hearing. Austin News 8 reports here that the more things change the more they stay the say. Hasan’s attorney is still complaining about a lack of discovery. Though he says he has received 80-90,000 pages from the government, he is quoted as saying that key documents (such as the West-Clark report) have still not been produced. Mr. Galliganis quoted as saying that 113 witnesses, many of them government witnesses, are scheduled to testify at the Oct. 12, 2010 Art. 32 hearing. Given the facts of the case, I am curious why 113 witnesses (and, yes, I realize they won’t all testify) are needed for a preliminary hearing? I guess we’ll just have to wait until this Fall.