Sgt Alonzo Lunsford
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Fort Hood shooting: Survivor wants Hasan to face death

A survivor of the Fort Hood massacre has said he will look the man who shot him "in the eye without fear" when he gives evidence at his military trial.

Maj Nidal Hasan, 42, is accused of opening fire at a medical building on 5 November 2009 and killing 13 people. He's also charged with 32 counts of attempted murder.

Sgt Alonzo Lunsford was shot seven times but survived the attack and said he would like to see Maj Hasan face the death penalty.

He told the BBC's Nick Bryant: "I will not show fear in the face of the enemy...I will look him in the eye without any fear."

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