In boxing, a technical knockout is still a knockout.
The feds made this call and how is this arrest perceived in the Muslim world? It’s seen as the application of sharia law and it meets the demands of the Muslim Brotherhood, al Qaeda, Hamas, Hizbollah, Iranian mullah’s, jihad-waging Muslims and yet-to-be violent Muslims alike. And that is exactly what the powers that be want it to look like.
Interestingly MSNBC titled this story “Purported anti-Muslim film producer.” Are they skeptical that the movie was made by a one-time federal informant who has now been arrested on a supposed parole violation? Or are the purporting that it is not anti-Muslim? Either way, they seem to be on to something, intentionally or not. via Purported anti-Muslim film producer arrested in probation violation case – U.S. News.
LOS ANGELES — Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the Cerritos man who many believe to be behind an anti-Muslim video that has inflamed the Islamic world, was arrested Thursday afternoon, the U.S. Attorney’s office in Los Angeles said.
Nakoula faced a 3 p.m. hearing Thursday on charges that he violated the terms of his parole, U.S. Attorney spokesman Thom Mrozek told NBC4 News. The arrest was sought by officials of the United States Probation Office, he said.
Nakoula was indicted for check fraud in 2009 and then convicted. As a condition of his probation, he was forbidden to post information on the Internet without permission from his parole officer.
The amateurish film, which was distributed online, prompted riots throughout the Middle East, and was cited as a cause for the violence that led to the deaths of U.S. diplomats and others in Libya. Among those killed were U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three others.
Others have disputed that the video was the cause of the violence in Libya. On Wednesday, Libyan President Mohammed Magarief said that the attacks on the U.S. Consulate there were carefully planned terrorist events, not the actions of a mob angry about the video.
In an interview with NBC’s Ann Curry, Libya’s president Mohammed Magarief said there’s ‘no doubt’ the attack that killed four Americans in Libya was preplanned, and not a result of the controversial anti-Islam movie that sparked violent protests.
Libya’s president completely contradicts the storyline that the U.S. president, State Department repeatedly told Americans and that virtually all U.S. media propagated around the world. But he does blame Obama’s favorite boogey man.
Ann Curry would never challenge Obama nor Clinton like she did Libya’s president.