Terrorism is defined as “the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political or social objectives.” But ask civilians what terrorism means, and they have many different definitions that boil down to this: Terrorism is any act of violence against a group of people.

It’s time to change the definition of terrorism.

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Jamie Ouverson
Creative Producer

Jamie Ouverson is a Creative Producer for GV Wire. She joined GV Wire in September 2017 with over a decade of experience in high-end television production. Jamie specializes in fully produced content for both web and TV. She has a wide range of skills with extensive experience in production management, producing, post-production editing, filming, directing, and writing. She has worked for FOX, DISNEY, and ESL Gaming Network as a camera operator for nationally syndicated shows, including exclusive on-site access to film the Oscars and Primetime Emmys for multiple years. Jamie is a dog lover and athlete who enjoys softball, cycling and golf year-round and spends the winter months in the mountains snowboarding the Sierras. You can contact Jamie at jouverson@gvwire.com.

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