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Kamran Pasha interviewed a friend of Nidal Malik Hasan

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Submitted by John in Michigan, USA (United States), Nov 12, 2009 at 02:46

One of the writers from Sleeper Cell is Kamran Pasha, who actually interviewed a friend of Nidal Malik Hasan. Mr. Pasha posted some thoughts from that interview on his blog. Check it out.

The Sleeper Cell series is quite good, well worth a DVD rental. There is a great line when the protagonist, Darwyn, confronts the terrorist, Farik. Farik exclaims, "You're working for the Americans?" Darwyn's response, "I AM an American."

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