JayG reminds us of what's important:
I can't help but think of the 13 men and women killed and the 30 people wounded. Please pray for the dead and injured, that they may find peace in this terrible time.
The guys at Blackfive have a few great pictures and also rightly call out Officer Kimberly Munley as a warrior and hero. I'm going to have to agree with Uncle Jimbo:
I will only say I'm glad the son of a bitch lived and we get to kill him properly. Do we still have firing squads?
Speaking of which, Albatross pointed out that Hasan is being cared for here in San Antonio. (And for the record, I agree with your assessment of him.)
MySA.com has profiles of nine of the victims. They also have a good summary of ways to help.
Stormbringer has what I think is an excellent rundown of the situation (h/t TOTWTYTR). I'll quote this:
This event is very disturbing, on so many levels. The Army is my family; I bleed green. When the Army takes it like this, everyone in our extended Army family hurts - BAD.
(My first thought was worry for a wife or two I know on Fort Hood.)
On a semi-personal note, Dave writes here of Sgt. Cesar B. Ruiz, a relative of his. I was friends back in high school with another of Cesar's cousins, Nora. We seem to have had a run of young men from this area killed in Afghanistan recently. It is, simply, heartbreaking. This is the San Anto spirit y'all.