FORD HOOD, Texas -- The prosecution is expected to rest this week in the trial of Major Nidal Hasan, accused in the deadly 2009 shooting rampage at Ford Hood.
On Friday, Hasan removed one of the two witnesses set to testify for his defense.
Kimberley Munley, one of the police officers who shot Hasan, took the stand, describing how he charged her, firing, and hit her three times.
Hasan is expected to begin his defense later this week.
If convicted, Hasan could get the death penalty for the November 2009 shooting massacre on Fort Hood.