Nicholas Teausant has distanced himself from ISIS, saying during a jailhouse interview with The Sacramento Bee in August that the group’s actions – including beheadings of Western journalists that were recorded on video – were far more gruesome than he had expected.
Nicholas Teausant has distanced himself from ISIS, saying during a jailhouse interview with The Sacramento Bee in August that the group’s actions – including beheadings of Western journalists that were recorded on video – were far more gruesome than he had expected. Sam Stanton sstanton@sacbee.com
Nicholas Teausant has distanced himself from ISIS, saying during a jailhouse interview with The Sacramento Bee in August that the group’s actions – including beheadings of Western journalists that were recorded on video – were far more gruesome than he had expected. Sam Stanton sstanton@sacbee.com
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Trial delayed in case of Lodi-area man accused of trying to join ISIS

May 11, 2015 01:18 PM