The California man who was handed in an anti-Muslim inflammatory film “Innocence of Muslims” that resulted Middle East deadly violence was on Wednesday sentenced to one year in prison.
Mark Basseley Youssef admitted that he had used several false alias and accused for violation of his probation order from a 2010 bank fraud case, also accepted to obtain a fraudulent California driver’s license under a false name. Read more
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the maker of the crucial anti-Islamic video that set Muslim World in blood shield as well as the Middle East, has arrested once again for violating terms of his probation, terming a flight risk.
US federal court on Thursday ruled its verdict following further Nakoula’s imprisonment as violating eight probation terms including 2010 cheque fraud conviction and lying to his probation officers and using aliases. Read more