The most recent threat released by al Qaeda on a popular website for militants features a familiar face and something unusual for a jihadist video: an American accent.
Adam Gadahn, the man featured in the video that promises attacks on American soil worse than 9/11, is a California native and al Qaeda recruit charged with treason by the U.S. government and tagged with a $1 million reward for information leading to his capture. (See his profile on the FBI's website).
Gadahn's indictment last October made him the first American to be charged with treason in over 50 years.
He was also the subject of a long profile in the New Yorker in January.