The man charged in the terror attack on Fort Hood, Texas, is still receiving a paycheck from the U.S. military.
Army Maj. Nidal Hasan stands accused of killing 13 people and wounding 32 others in the November 2009 attack.
Hasan is behind bars awaiting trial, but the Washington Times reports the former Army psychiatrist has received $278,000 in pay since the shootings.
Meanwhile, the Fort Hood victims are not getting combat pay from the attack because the Army has classified it as "workplace violence."
Jessie Jane Duff, a retired Marine gunnery sergeant who is now with Concerned Veterans of America, shared his thoughts on the matter on CBN's Morning News, May 27.