But whether or not this particular "Slave of Allah" is Nidal Hasan is not important. Certainly the Revolution Muslim user "ooklepookle" is Hasan's friend Duane Reasoner. What is important is that Khattab has been busy removing webpages from his site connecting him to "ooklepookle".
When we originally reported the relationship we had to use a Google cache page. All webpages showing "ooklepookle" at Revolution Muslim had already been removed. Google's archive -- a snapshot of what the webpage looked like at a single moment in time -- remained.
All Google archive pages of Revolution Muslim are now gone. This has only happened some time after November 17th when we first identified Reasoner's activities at Revolution Muslim. This was done with a little known set of tools Google offers for those not wishing to have a history of their webpages stored.
Khattab has a history of writing outlandish things on his webpages, getting caught, rewriting his material, and then denying he ever said such a thing. Sometimes a Google cache of the page will catch the changes, sometimes it will not. It all depends on when Google's automatic "bots" snap a picture of the page -- before or after the change.
So, given that Yousef al-Khattab is actually Joseph Cohen and one of the numerous fake Al Qaeda used to create a justification for war, then a link from Cohen to Nidal Hasan suggests that the Fort Hood incident was in reality a normal Mossad false-flag operation.