This is ObamaNation. Forget the 1st Amendment. It exists selectively.
Convicted of $800,000 bank fraud in 2010, Nakoula, who is suspected of using the alias Sam Bassil during the production of the controversial film was released on the condition that he did not access the internet or use aliases.
Instead of taking full responsibility for Rome burning, Nero has abdicated responsibility (years of his bs foreign policies). In standard form, he blames a video (the maker of the video). Well, someone had to take the fall, this is how this administration works. Look the other way until someone has to take the blame.
Violent protests around the Arab world have sprung up because of the film, which portrays the Prophet Mohammed as a womaniser, buffon, ruthlesskiller and child molester and led to the death of seven people alone yesterday.
Nakoula voluntarily left his home in the early hours of Saturday morning for the meeting in a sheriff’s station Los Angeles County Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore said.
‘He will be interviewed by federal probation officers,’ said Whitmore.
He said Nakoula had not been placed under arrest but would not be returning home immediately. ‘He was never put in handcuffs… It was all voluntary.’
As I recall, Nero did promise in his Cairo speech that these people would love us because he was teh won afterall. Would Nero have gone after Salman Rushdie? You betcha.
Nakoula, whose name has been widely linked to the film in media reports, pleaded guilty to bank fraud in 2010 and was sentenced to 21 months in prison, to be followed by five years on supervised probation, court documents showed.
He was accused of fraudulently opening bank and credit card accounts using Social Security numbers that did not match the names on the applications, a criminal complaint showed. He was released in June 2011, and at least some production on the video was done later that summer.
But the terms of Nakoula’s prison release contain behavior stipulations that bar him from accessing the Internet or assuming aliases without the approval of his probation officer.
There are indications that ‘Innocence of Muslims’ may have already been under way as a film project when Nakoula was arrested. A casting call for actors and crew for a film called ‘Desert Warrior’ ran in Backstage magazine, based in Los Angeles and New York, in May and June 2009. The casting call described the film project as a ‘historical Arabian Desert adventure’ and listed a ‘Sam Bassiel’ as producer.
One notice identified ‘Pharaoh Voice Inc.’ as the film’s production company. California state records show Pharaoh Voice was incorporated in September 2007 by a ‘Youssef M. Basseley” The principal address for Pharaoh Voice in Hawaiian Gardens, a southern California community, is the same location where Nakoula lived until 2008, according to state records.
Is this the guy behind the really bad clip? Who knows, but it wouldn’t be the first time that Nero throws someone under the bus to cover his ass. No, this guy Nakoula isn’t a pillar of the community. Neither was Blago.