Podcast: The Unsolved Assassination of Alex Odeh
On Oct. 11, 1985, Palestinian American activist Alex Odeh opened the door to the Orange County offices of the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. He served as its West Coast regional director. The moment he turned the doorknob, a bomb went off. Thirty-six years later, his assassination remains officially unsolved, but his family thinks the United States government knows more than it wants to admit.
On today's episode of "The Times," a podcast hosted by Gustavo Arellano, I speak about my reporting on the case. Helena Odeh, Alex's eldest daughter, is the featured interview on the program. Listen here: