Nick Schou

Reporter for the OC Weekly

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Reporter for the OC Weekly and author of Kill the Messenger: How the CIA's Crack-Cocaine Controversy Destroyed Journalist Gary Webb

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A native of Orange County is the first American  charged with treason  since World War II.  He is Adam Yahiye Gadahn, also known as Azzam Al-Amriki.  A convert to Islam who's believed…

Federal Grand Jury Indicts American al Qaeda with Treason

A native of Orange County is the first American charged with treason since World War II.  He is Adam Yahiye Gadahn, also known as Azzam Al-Amriki.  A convert to Islam who's believed…

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