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Too soon to draw conclusions in Fort Hood shooting: Hagel

US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel during a press conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, on April 3, 2014US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Thursday acknowledged security gaps after a deadly shooting at a military base in Texas but appealed for patience to allow investigators to “do their work.” Hagel said it was too soon to draw any conclusions as a litany of questions remained unanswered 24 hours after a soldier killed three people at Fort Hood before turning the gun on himself. We don’t know all the facts,” Hagel told a news conference in Honolulu, where he hosted a meeting of ASEAN defense ministers. The Pentagon chief said the department had recently introduced new measures to tighten security after a shooting spree at the Washington Navy Yard in September that claimed 12 lives.

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