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With more violence breaking out over the controversial movie "Innocence of Muslims".... with a German embassy accosted and Palestinians protesting in Jerusalem Israel...Nakoula had originally made a claim of having Jewish backers for his crap which has been proven to not just have been a complete lie but was intended to stoke antisemitism

I was curious to find out more info about the guy and noticed that his wiki page has been expanded since yesterday, so please jump below the orange squiggly

Nakoula Basseley Nakoula

According to authorities, Nakoula wrote the script while in prison. He said he produced it with his son, Abanob Basseley, and the money for it (between $50,000 to $60,000) came from his wife's family in Egypt.
The director's name Sam Bacile is possibly one of his aliases and a phone number for said director matches Nakoula's home address
Some of the movie appears to have been filmed at Nakoula’s home; the front door, the chandeliers, as well as the layout looks to be the same from scenes in the video.
The man was once jailed on drug charges while in possession of paraphernalia to create amphetamines.  After serving time for that he ended up violating his parole and was put back in jail for a year

Later he was busted on FED Bank Fraud charges (Identity theft) and per his parole was ordered to not use a computer or the internet.  It is quite possible he has violated his parole AGAIN

Freedom of speech is sacrosanct in America BUT if the f@cker violated his parole then his @ss should at least be taken in for questioning and done so very publicly with full media scrutiny

^ would go along way to calming things.  

America can uphold freedom of speech while also calming the arab world.  This in no way condones violence.....the violence perpetrated is on those arabs who caused it

BUT the "freedom" of one man who quite possibly violated his parole is not something America and the world should risk themselves over

Authorities are sure he is the writer and producer and it is easy to prove if he is the director by simply asking the actors in the film to identify him

If he violated his parole then lock him up and make it public all the while giving sweet speeches about freedom of speech

al capone was tossed in jail not for a single murder that he most likely was connected to but rather because of tax evasion = the only thing the feds could make stick.  A violation of parole charge if accurate is good enough .........

I wish to stress "IF!" he violated his parole.  If he did not then he is a free ass hole that at least can and should be sued via civil charges by the family members of the 4 dead american embassy workers

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