Bentley met Fort Hood hero at July 4 show
Friday, November 6, 2009
– Dierks Bentley met the soldier at a July 4 concert at Fort Hood in Texas who shot the psychiatrist accused of killing 12 fellow soldiers at outpost on Thursday.
Civilian Police Sgt. Kimberly Munley shot and wounded Nidal Malik Hasan, who was about to be deployed to Afghanistan.
On his Twitter page, Bentley wrote, "I want a meet and greet with her now. hero & brave soldier." A picture of the two is on Bentley's Twitter page.
She happened to encounter the gunman. In an exchange of gunfire, she was wounded but managed to wound him four times," base Commander Lt. Gen. Bob Cone said. "It was an amazing and aggressive performance by this police officer."
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