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Friday, September 28, 2012

Video: Innocence of Muslims Producer denied bail

It appears that we may have more questions than answers. The man allegedly responsible for producing the anti-Muhammad film Innocence of Muslims, was arrested yesterday and told by a judge that he would be denied bail because he is a flight risk. The reason for his arrest? Violating the terms of his probation, which included not using an alias or a computer.

Via NBC 4 in Los Angeles:
The Cerritos man who many believe to be behind an anti-Muslim video that has inflamed the Islamic world was denied bail Thursday afternoon after a judge deemed him a flight risk.

Nakoula Besseley Nakoula remains in federal custody after being arrested hours earlier on suspicion of violating the terms of his parole, according to a spokesman for the Los Angeles U.S. Attorney's Office.

Nakoula's arrest was sought by officials of the United States Probation Office, spokesman Thom Mrozek said.
Here is where things get a little confusing. Nakoula Basseley Nakoula was the man convicted in 2010 on charges related to a bank fraud scheme and violated the terms of his probation by using the internet and aliases.

Presumptively, that must necessarily mean that Nakoula was the guy who violated the terms of his probation, right? Well, in this news report, NBC 4 says his real name is Mark Bacile Yousef. Does that mean he gave an alias to the court back in 2010 or does it mean that Nakoula Basseley Nakoula is not the guy who was arrested yesterday?

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