Don’t say there weren’t warning signs: NPR has obtained a memo from 2007 written by the supervisor of alleged Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan at Walter Reed. "The faculty has serious concerns about CPT Hasan's professionalism and work ethic,” writes the chief of psychiatric residents at Walter Reed, Scott Moran. “He demonstrates a pattern of poor judgment and a lack of professionalism." It goes on to say that Hasan is "somebody who could potentially put patients in danger." Sources tell NPR that Walter Reed sent the damning evaluation to Fort Hood before Hasan went there.