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Anti-Islam Filmmaker Nakoula B. Nakoula Arrested, U.S. Attorney Says
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Posted on 09/27/2012 4:47:21 PM PDT by Sub-Driver

Anti-Islam Filmmaker Nakoula B. Nakoula Arrested, U.S. Attorney Says By EVAN PEREZ

Federal authorities in Los Angeles on Thursday arrested a man they believe was behind a video clip insulting to Muslims, alleging he violated terms of his probation on an earlier federal charge.

The alleged filmmaker, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, was to be arraigned Thursday afternoon in a Los Angeles federal courtroom.

The United States Probation Office filed a request to revoke Mr. Nakoula's supervised release, alleging he violated terms he agreed to following his bank fraud conviction in 2010, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles said. Under his probation agreement, Mr. Nakoula was prohibited from using computers and the Internet without supervision.

His attorney, Steven Seiden, wasn't available to comment Thursday afternoon, since he was at the arraignment.

Law-enforcement officials believe Mr. Nakoula is the same man who identified himself as Sam Bacile, and who claimed in news interviews, including with The Wall Street Journal, that he directed a film called "Innocence of Muslims." A clip posted to Google Inc.'s YouTube by someone calling himself Sam Bacile in July, which purported to be a trailer for a film about the Prophet Muhammad, has sparked deadly protests in the Middle East.

According to court documents from the fraud case, law enforcement officials alleged Mr. Nakoula used credit cards in the names of other people, and opened a bank account using yet another name. He then deposited fraudulent checks into the account and withdrew money from the account, federal authorities alleged in the documents.

Mr. Nakoula was initially charged with three counts of fraud. He agreed to plead guilty to one bank-fraud charge, according to court records and prosecutors.

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TOPICS: Culture/Society; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: obamafail; obamaforeignpolicy; proislamist; scapegoat

1 posted on 09/27/2012 4:47:26 PM PDT by Sub-Driver
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To: Sub-Driver

How long before this guy is extradited to Egypt?


2 posted on 09/27/2012 4:49:26 PM PDT by MeganC (Our forefathers would be shooting by now.)
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To: Sub-Driver

Was it ever verified that he even posted it?


3 posted on 09/27/2012 4:51:05 PM PDT by Hillarys Gate Cult (Liberals make unrealistic demands on reality and reality doesn't oblige them.)
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To: Sub-Driver

Something doesn’t smell right.


4 posted on 09/27/2012 4:51:15 PM PDT by SandRat (Duty - Honor - Country! What else needs said?)
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To: SandRat

This guy will be dead inside of 30 days.


5 posted on 09/27/2012 4:53:30 PM PDT by Lurker (Violence is rarely the answer. But when it is it is the only answer.)
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To: SandRat
With Obama in the WH...nothing ever smells right.;-)

I get the strange sensation that Obama is behind this film (smells like Fast and Furious).

6 posted on 09/27/2012 4:53:57 PM PDT by RoosterRedux (Obama: "If you've got a business -- you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen.")
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To: Sub-Driver

This is all Obama’s doing..you speak out against Islam, you end up in jail..this guy won’t live more than a week in the pokey, our future if Obama is re-elected, you speak out against the anointed one, THIS is what happens to you


7 posted on 09/27/2012 4:55:17 PM PDT by Sarah Barracuda
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To: Sub-Driver; MeganC

8 posted on 09/27/2012 4:57:44 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet (You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass.)
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To: Sub-Driver

“There are no illegal humans-except those who blaspheme Islam” Hussein and the left


9 posted on 09/27/2012 4:58:08 PM PDT by mrsmel (One Who Can See)
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To: Sub-Driver

"...???....Nakoula B. Nakoula...sounds like an old villain on the Rocky and Bullwinkle show"

10 posted on 09/27/2012 4:58:20 PM PDT by Doogle ((USAF.68-73..8th TFW Ubon Thailand..never store a threat you should have eliminated))
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To: Hillarys Gate Cult
I was just thinking the same thing.

They have to prove he posted it. So he made a film trailer? But...did he actually post it or was it someone else who had access to the trailer?

Second...I just don't trust 0bama’s regime. ESPECIALLY since they used this film to cover-up a terrorist attack.

11 posted on 09/27/2012 4:59:39 PM PDT by EBH (0bama is guilty of willful neglect of duty.)
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To: SandRat
The film is absolutely protected by the First Amendment.

The filmmaker, on the other hand, is a dirtbag, who went to jail for a batch of crimes and is still on probation, which includes a court order to repay $700,000 to the victims of his frauds. If he raised money using an alias, and used that money to make the film instead of making his restitution payments, he is in violation of a whole batch of probation orders and is going to be in a world of legal trouble.

12 posted on 09/27/2012 5:04:05 PM PDT by Lurking Libertarian (Non sub homine, sed sub Deo et lege)
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To: Sub-Driver

Well...I’ll reserve opinion on this one for the moment. This guy is one shady operator, with a criminal record. If he violated terms of his parole, then the Feds were right to take him in.

At the same time, one has to think it’s - at the very least - possible that his violation bust was given higher priority because he makes a convenient scapegoat for the administration’s woes in the Middle East.

We’ll see how it goes.


13 posted on 09/27/2012 5:04:51 PM PDT by DemforBush (100% Ex-Democrat.)
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To: Sub-Driver

OBAMA MISDIRECTION TO COVER FOR THE WHITE HOUSE’S AND SUSAN RICE’S LIES ABOUT THE LIBYAN 9/11 TERRORIST ATTACK THEY WERE PRE-WARNED ABOUT


14 posted on 09/27/2012 5:07:01 PM PDT by F15Eagle (1 John 5:4-5, 4:15, 5:13; John 3:17-18, 6:69, 11:25, 14:6, 20:31; Rom10:8-11; 1 Tim 2:5; Titus 3:4-5)
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To: DemforBush

According to other reporting, the guy was tied to a financier of Islamic terrorism then when arrested became cooperative with federal officials to entrap his benefactors.

If all of that is true, then he may be a fed plant acting in concert with Islamists, and the controversy surrounding the “Innocence of Muslims” film is one big set-up against the 1st Amendment (the same way the “Fast and Furios” scheme was a means to manufacture a crisis to take out the 2nd Amendment).


15 posted on 09/27/2012 5:10:50 PM PDT by research99
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To: research99

I did not know that. Wow. If that’s the case...*man*...


16 posted on 09/27/2012 5:12:04 PM PDT by DemforBush (100% Ex-Democrat.)
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To: Doogle
Nakoula Nakoula. Didn't he produce `Rochelle Rochelle'? tumblindice tumblindice
17 posted on 09/27/2012 5:13:16 PM PDT by tumblindice (America's founding fathers: all armed conservatives)
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To: Sub-Driver

Politically motivated application of the law.

You and I are next.

Islam is a totalitarian death cult.

Mohammed was a child rapist.


18 posted on 09/27/2012 5:15:17 PM PDT by Uncle Miltie (You didn't build that. The private sector is doing fine. We tried our plan and it worked.)
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To: Sub-Driver

The Feds are setting him up for a jailhouse rocking.


19 posted on 09/27/2012 5:16:06 PM PDT by fella ("As it was before Noah, so shall it be again")
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To: Sub-Driver

...but nothing happens to Sebelius. hmmmmm....

20 posted on 09/27/2012 5:23:14 PM PDT by Troublemaker
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To: DemforBush
If he violated terms of his parole, then the Feds were right to take him in.

Just something to keep in mind....

"The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren't enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws"

~~Ayn Rand
21 posted on 09/27/2012 5:24:15 PM PDT by Las Vegas Ron (Medicine is the keystone in the arch of socialism)
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To: Sub-Driver

What’s this? He forfeited his First Amendment rights when he was on probation?


22 posted on 09/27/2012 5:24:18 PM PDT by ought-six ( Multiculturalism is national suicide, and political correctness is the cyanide capsule.)
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To: Lurking Libertarian; Sub-Driver

If we had an honest government, I wouldn’t worry. There are many problems with the film itself, and I would hope this would get to the root of it.

Nakoula apparently thought that he was making an entirely different film, and the character who was later referred to as Mohammed was originally a character known as the Terrorist George or the Terrorist B, because his last name was supposedly Brown.

Muslims used to refer to George Bush as the Terrorist Bush. So I think that perhaps Nakoula believed he had been hired by somebody (who?) to make a film (originally named Desert Warrior) critical of Bush and not related in any way to Mohammed. The references to Mohammed were dubbed in later (by whom?) and Nakoula says that he knew nothing about this.

There is some suspicion that this whole film was something staged by the Iranian secret services precisely with the intention of inflaming the easily inflamed Muslims, and that the new government of Egypt, where it was first shown on state television, then became involved in promoting it. The fact that Nakoula first tried to pin the “blame” on a mysterious coalition of Jews, and then tried to shift it to the Copts, who are the archenemies of the Muslims in Egypt, makes it look pretty suspicious.

And that of course the fact that Obama and his regime tried to focus on Terry Jones, a rural Southern preacher who would’ve been totally obscure except for the efforts of the US government to promote him, indicates that this was perhaps an elaborate propaganda attack by a Muslim group that may have been supported by Obama and possibly got out of hand. Fortunately for Obama, because the press has been busy covering for him, I don’t think much the public assigns any blame to him or to Hillary and in fact most of the public probably doesn’t even know about it.

As I say, if we had an honest government, there might be some possibility of getting to the truth of the matter.


23 posted on 09/27/2012 5:24:25 PM PDT by livius
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To: ought-six
Nah, he was prohibited from using a computer or the Interweebs....see #21
24 posted on 09/27/2012 5:26:13 PM PDT by Las Vegas Ron (Medicine is the keystone in the arch of socialism)
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To: Sub-Driver

obama and Holder throwing a bone to the Muslim community - saying please stop the violence until after the election, you’re making us look bad!


25 posted on 09/27/2012 5:26:40 PM PDT by ThunderSleeps (Stop obama now! Stop the hussein - insane agenda!)
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To: Sub-Driver

>The alleged filmmaker

So the writer is asserting that Nakoula was actually arrested for making the film.


26 posted on 09/27/2012 5:30:17 PM PDT by oblomov
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To: research99; All

then he may be a fed plant acting in concert with Islamists,
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yep
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/2936225/posts

Innocence of Muslims made by Terrorists
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http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/2936047/posts?page=3#3


27 posted on 09/27/2012 5:33:33 PM PDT by Elendur (It is incumbent on every generation to pay its own debts as it goes. - Thomas Jefferson)
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To: DemforBush
Well...I’ll reserve opinion on this one for the moment. This guy is one shady operator, with a criminal record. If he violated terms of his parole, then the Feds were right to take him in.

At the same time, one has to think it’s - at the very least - possible that his violation bust was given higher priority because he makes a convenient scapegoat for the administration’s woes in the Middle East.

We’ll see how it goes.

Millions in the country illegally and the regime turns a blind eye, this guy makes this video and his arrest is fast tracked. ... Yup in the topsy turvy world on 0bama that sounds logical.

The guy is a dirtbag and probably has warrants out, it's just the selective enforcement practiced by this government that aggravates me.

28 posted on 09/27/2012 5:44:18 PM PDT by YankeeReb (The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.” B.H. 0bama)
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To: Sub-Driver

Tying up loose ends.....who wants to bet on either a jailhouse suicide or a “random act of violence”?


29 posted on 09/27/2012 5:44:23 PM PDT by cincinnati65
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To: research99

That was my guess from the start.

For the false flag op of a dozen or so simultaneous 9/11 anniversery attacks, it provides: a casus belli for the mohamedans, cover for the administration on their tacit approval of the attacks (it allowed the treasonpress to avoid pressing the administration about lack of preparedness), a distraction for zero’s campaign and red meat for the newworldorderpress BlameAmerica campaign. It also opens up a case to chip away at the first amendment.


30 posted on 09/27/2012 5:45:02 PM PDT by PieterCasparzen (We have to fix things ourselves.)
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To: ought-six
What’s this? He forfeited his First Amendment rights when he was on probation?

It's happened before. A cartoonist was prohibited from drawing more comic books.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Diana

Michael Christopher "Mike" Diana[1](born 1969) is an underground cartoonist who became the first artist ever to receive a criminal conviction for obscenity for artwork in the United States.

... The content of his work was often characterized by nudity, violence, caricature of the human form and scatological themes, which he says he produces in order to "open people's eyes" by shocking them.

...He then decided to do a digest size magazine, which he called Boiled Angel,[3] which also depicted such horrors as cannibalism, torture, rape and murder.[6] The first issue had a print run of 65 signed and numbered copies, and by the time he printed issue #2, demand by readers, who were mostly people in other states and those who had read write-ups in review publications like Fact Sheet Five, increased its print run to 300.

...In 1991, a California law enforcement officer came into possession of one of the comics, parts of which reminded him of the then-unsolved Gainesville student murders in Florida.[5] Copies of the books were also found in the possession of the suspect in that case, which brought the publication to the attention of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.[6] Later that year, a few days before Christmas and after Diana had sent out a few copies of the just-published Boiled Angel #6, FBI agents showed up at Diana's mother's house, which Diana was known to visit. They showed him a copy of that issue, told him that he was a suspect in the Gainesville case,[3] and requested a blood sample for DNA analysis.[3][5][6] The test results ruled out Diana as a suspect, so the FBI forwarded their information on Diana and his work to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office in Florida.[6]

Later, after Diana had printed Boiled Angel #7 and 8 (the final issue of that series) and a new graphic novel called Sourball Prodigy, he received a total of ten letters from a police officer named Michael Flores. Flores was posing as a fellow artist who had just moved to Largo from Fort Lauderdale and requested copies of his Diana's books. Flores insisted in his letters that he was not a policeman, and despite declining to meet Diana in person,[3] Diana obliged him with copies of his comics.[7] In 1992 the Assistant State's Attorney, Stuart Baggish, later came across the books and sent Diana a certified letter that said he was being charged with obscenity,[5] pursuant to Florida Statute § 847.011(1): once for publishing the material, once for distributing it, and once for advertising it.[7]

...The prosecution also made a point of informing the jury that Diana had been a suspect in the Gainesville murders, despite the fact that the real killer, Danny Rolling, had been caught and pleaded guilty before the trial started,[3] and Baggish told the jurors that if Diana weren't stopped he might become a mass murderer,[5] or turn others into killers, as Diana's comics were clearly aimed at such people.

...Pointing to the prosecution's allusions to serial murder, Diana opined that he was railroaded.[10] Diana further likened Largo to a "police state", saying that the police had the fire department evict his family from their house with only one week's notice, and bulldozed it.

...Though Baggish recommended Diana be incarcerated for two years, Fullerton sentenced Diana to three years of supervised probation, a $3,000 fine ($1,000 for each count), 1,248 hours of community service, and ordered him to avoid contact with minors. Fullerton also ordered Diana to follow a state-supervised psychiatric evaluation[5][6] at his own expense,[3] to take an ethics-in-journalism class, and ruled that he was to submit to unannounced, warrantless searches of his personal papers by the police and deputized probation officers from the Salvation Army, which would allow them to seize any drawings or writings. Although such random searches during probation are typical only in drug and weapons cases, Baggish stated that it was natural to extend this for obscenity convictions, saying, "Treatment is the most important part of the sentence", and that such searches were needed to force Diana "to refrain in a rehabilitative vein from this conduct. To cure the psychological maladjustment, [it's necessary] to catch him in his true state."[5]

Aspects of this sentence drew critical reaction from the civil liberties community.[5][12] Blummer was surprised by these provisions, saying, "I don't know of any time when such monitoring has been used on an artist. It reminds you of mind control. The fact that the state doesn't like Michael Diana's attitude and will send him to experts and conduct searches is like legalized lobotomy." Susan Alston of the CBLDF branch in Northampton, Massachusetts argued, "There have been about half-a-dozen comic book obscenity cases in the United States, but most involved store owners--and nobody was ever ordered to stop drawing. Diana is definitely the first artist who's been banned as part of his sentence."


31 posted on 09/27/2012 5:46:55 PM PDT by a fool in paradise (Obama likes to claim credit for getting Osama. Why hasn't he tried Khalid Sheikh Mohammed yet?)
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To: a fool in paradise

But he was on probation for an unrelated (i.e., non-First Amendment) charge. I can understand someone being prohibited from possessing firearms (i.e., Second Amendment) while on probation for a violent crime (say, assault and battery), as the two are tangentially related. But there just is no correlation between, in this case, the First Amendment and bank fraud.


32 posted on 09/27/2012 6:05:29 PM PDT by ought-six ( Multiculturalism is national suicide, and political correctness is the cyanide capsule.)
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To: ought-six

prohibitions on “using the internet” are as broad as prohibitions on using the phone or a newspaper.


33 posted on 09/27/2012 6:07:22 PM PDT by a fool in paradise (Obama likes to claim credit for getting Osama. Why hasn't he tried Khalid Sheikh Mohammed yet?)
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To: Lurking Libertarian

Try explaining that to all the Muslims calling for his head. They see the crackdown and the pictures, and come away with an entirely different message.

The consequences of selectively enforcing the law on this one man will only encourage a series of much wider, ever more violent responses by a million crazed Muslims, and is placing the lives of tens of thousands of expats living overseas in jeopardy.


34 posted on 09/27/2012 6:09:14 PM PDT by zipper
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To: a fool in paradise

“prohibitions on ‘using the internet’ are as broad as prohibitions on using the phone or a newspaper.”

Well, if he used the internet to commit bank fraud, then your point is well taken.


35 posted on 09/27/2012 6:11:53 PM PDT by ought-six ( Multiculturalism is national suicide, and political correctness is the cyanide capsule.)
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To: tumblindice

“Nakoula Nakoula”

AKA....NEWMAN!!!???


36 posted on 09/27/2012 6:13:00 PM PDT by Puckster
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To: Sub-Driver

This has happened because the Government does not fear the people; it knows the people will whine and cry and stomp their feet - but - they will not draw the blood of those who violate their Rights.


37 posted on 09/27/2012 6:14:44 PM PDT by Ed Story
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To: ought-six

You forfeit many rights while on probation, including the right to drive a car.

This is because a few folks on probation were involved in car accidents and caused bodily harm to innocents. This caused the gov’t to be sued because when you are on probation you are considered the responsibility of the state, at least somewhat.


38 posted on 09/27/2012 6:26:00 PM PDT by sakic
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To: Sub-Driver


39 posted on 09/27/2012 6:26:07 PM PDT by Iron Munro (US Embassies Come and Go But An Obama Apology Lasts Forever)
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To: Sub-Driver

You can forfeit many rights while on probation, including the right to drive a car.

This is because a few folks on probation were involved in car accidents and caused bodily harm to innocents. This caused the gov’t to be sued because when you are on probation you are considered the responsibility of the state, at least somewhat.


40 posted on 09/27/2012 6:28:14 PM PDT by sakic
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To: Lurker

And to think the entire nation was aghast at Nixon’s cover-up of the two bit Plumbers break in.

How far we have fallen.


41 posted on 09/27/2012 6:32:21 PM PDT by Iron Munro (US Embassies Come and Go But An Obama Apology Lasts Forever)
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To: F15Eagle
OBAMA MISDIRECTION TO COVER FOR THE WHITE HOUSE’S AND SUSAN RICE’S LIES ABOUT THE LIBYAN 9/11 TERRORIST ATTACK THEY WERE PRE-WARNED ABOUT

Or that they orchestrated.

You never know.

42 posted on 09/27/2012 6:34:44 PM PDT by aposiopetic
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To: research99

+10


43 posted on 09/27/2012 6:35:10 PM PDT by wtd
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To: Sub-Driver

“A clip posted to Google Inc.’s YouTube by someone calling himself Sam Bacile in July, which purported to be a trailer for a film about the Prophet Muhammad, has sparked deadly protests in the Middle East. “

You can always count on the WSJ to repeat a leftist media liberal Lie.


44 posted on 09/27/2012 6:49:28 PM PDT by Revel
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To: ought-six
But he was on probation for an unrelated (i.e., non-First Amendment) charge. I can understand someone being prohibited from possessing firearms (i.e., Second Amendment) while on probation for a violent crime (say, assault and battery), as the two are tangentially related. But there just is no correlation between, in this case, the First Amendment and bank fraud.

He used computers and the internet to perpetrate the bank fraud. It's not uncommon to see such restrictions on criminals.

45 posted on 09/28/2012 2:33:59 AM PDT by Natufian (t)
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To: RoosterRedux
With Obama in the WH...nothing ever smells right.;-) I get the strange sensation that Obama is behind this film (smells like Fast and Furious).

He always gives hints that he's into something dirty. In this case he called the demonstrations a "natural reaction". He has to go or we will have blood in the streets as he goes about what he considers to be his "business" with the Nation. I don't believe anyone in his Administration would hesitate to "reason" with the People by killing a boatload of us.

46 posted on 09/28/2012 3:32:12 AM PDT by trebb ("If a man will not work, he should not eat" From 2 Thes 3)
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To: Natufian

I guess I was applying the First Amendment in its most basic element: Freedom to express political and social ideas and thoughts. I found it hard to believe that expressing one’s political ideas would be prohibited by having a conviction for bank fraud. Now, however, I see that prohibiting his use of a computer while on probation does make some sense, as apparently he did use the internet to commit the fraud. So, it that respect, his First Amendment rights are still inviolate, but his means of expression have been curtailed somewhat.


47 posted on 09/29/2012 6:43:53 AM PDT by ought-six ( Multiculturalism is national suicide, and political correctness is the cyanide capsule.)
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